(Login marci52) VRF Emeritus Posted Dec 14, 2011 9:01 AM
combo, but nevertheless your watch has a "chronometer" dial , so this is probably the result of a swap.
in other words a back already "overwritten" to 6352 ( for a watch with a stepped dial ) has been put in an earlier 6350 case with a "chronometer" dial.
the same thing happened also with 6262/6264 that often has backs still engraved 6241 or 6239.
sometimes they put what they had avalaible at the moment : don't forget that 6352 have case numbers in the range of 32.000 and backs punched "I-54" , thus
later than 6350 that have backs punched "II-53" or "IV-53" and earlier case numbers ( before the turn at the end of 1953 ).
just for curiosity : the case number of your 6350 is still in the 900.000 range ??