|WWT Shows||CLICK TO: Join and Support Internet Horology Club 185™||IHC185™ Forums|
• Check Out Our... •
• TWO Book Offer! •
Reply to Post
Here are some pictures of my 327 after cleaning, finding a good case for it, and also a more correct straight script montgomery dial. The replacement metal dial didn't do it any favors.
Here is the first movement shot. These are always so difficult to get good shots of.
Here is at an angle so that you can read the writing.
And last but not least, a very nice GF case to boot! Its took me a couple months to find the right case for me to put this one in. The case also has my initials JB engraved in the back, so I only thought it be fitting that I buy the case for my 327!
|IHC Vice President|
IHC Life Member
I agree Jared, a nice case with my initials on it talks to me . . . it says "buy me."
|IHC Life Member|
Beautiful South Bend Jared. The 327 movement is stunning! Nice job on finding a case and dial.
Great looking watch. Good job, Jared!
|IHC Life Member |
Jared, I just found this string and want to compliment you on the great job you have done on putting this back together so well....and I agree with John, the 327 movement is stunning and you have done a great job of photography....
Thanks for showing us your South Bend....
Thanks for the comments on this one. It basically started out as a movement since it had a repalcement metal dial on it and a wore thru case with multiple case screw marks. I thought I was going to have to wait for a while for a correct montgomery dial, but one popped up thankfully. On the the next one!
|Powered by Social Strata|