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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.

 
Posts: 1626 | Location: North Dakota in the USA | Registered: December 09, 2009
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Here is the first movement shot. These are always so difficult to get good shots of.

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Posts: 1626 | Location: North Dakota in the USA | Registered: December 09, 2009
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Here is at an angle so that you can read the writing.

 
Posts: 1626 | Location: North Dakota in the USA | Registered: December 09, 2009
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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! Big Grin

 
Posts: 1626 | Location: North Dakota in the USA | Registered: December 09, 2009
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I agree Jared, a nice case with my initials on it talks to me . . . it says "buy me." Big Grin


Best Regards,

Ed
 
Posts: 6696 | Location: Southwestern Pennsylvania, USA | Registered: April 19, 2004
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Beautiful South Bend Jared. The 327 movement is stunning! Big Grin Nice job on finding a case and dial.

John III
 
Posts: 1752 | Location: Colorado in the USA | Registered: October 17, 2005
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Great looking watch. Good job, Jared!
 
Posts: 900 | Location: Wisconsin in the U.S.A. | Registered: April 28, 2008
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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....

Regards,

Jerry
 
Posts: 2828 | Location: Chino, California in the USA | Registered: June 23, 2008
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Everyone-

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!

Jared
 
Posts: 1626 | Location: North Dakota in the USA | Registered: December 09, 2009
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