ROLEX 6150 FOR BRITISH NAVY

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TO ALL WATCHFRIENDS:
I HAVE JUST BOUGHT A RARE ROLEX EXPLORER 6150 WITH
FIXED BARS AND DIAL SIGNED WITH "T".
THE OUTSIDE OF THE BACK HAS BRITISH NAVY ENGRAVINGS
WITH A BROAD ARROW 1940/50 STYLE.
THE ENGRAVING BEGINS WITH "HS 10" AND AFTER THE BROAD ARROW THERE ARE THE LETTERS "CD" AND A 6 DIGITS NUM=
BER.
DOES ANYONE CAN EXPLAIN ME WHAT "CD" MEANS ?
THANKS AND BEST REGARDS TO ALL.
MARCELLO



Posted on Nov 28, 2001, 2:45 AM
from IP address 151.28.33.178


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