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    Default Hamilton 6B-9101000 rollcall........

    Hi,

    after seeing Foilguys 'new' 6B-9101000 I thought it might be nice to see the owners of the 1965 6B-9101000 front up.

    Here's mine the day I received it with it's very used strap.......



    And as I wear it today, cleaned and with a new NATO strap (still has the original crystal).



    So far:

    1154 Foilguy (Paul)
    2265 Flightpath (John)


    So don't be shy, let's see 'em........

    cheers,

    -John
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    Here's mine (1752):


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    Default Great watches...

    ...and they *used* to be so undervalued.
    Here's mine:
    on the left: 0112 (still scuzzy but with 'reflector ring' holding the cracked - possibly original - crystal); and
    on the right: 1815 (relumed horribly and polished as received, and missing the ring, but that just allows me to use it as a regular watch with a clear conscience).
    Anybody know what a 'proper' replacement crystal for the Hamilton 6B would be?


    isologue (Martin)

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    Here is mine, left, #2936.
    Right, H67, #3729.

    Ciao, Aldo.


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    Hi,

    thanks for the replys guys, here's the list so far....

    0112 Isologue (Martin)
    1154 Foilguy (Paul)
    1752 bobsy
    1815 Isologue (Martin)
    2265 Flightpath (John)
    2936 Aldo

    I guess we should start an H67 list as well....

    3729 Isologue (Martin)

    I'm sure that there are more out there, I wonder if anyone knows how many 6B-9101000 & H67 watches were made?

    cheers,

    -John

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    Default Correction...

    I feel obliged to point out that the H-67 isn't mine but aldo's, although I used to covet one ..... and I realise now that I still do...

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    Quote Originally Posted by isologue View Post
    I feel obliged to point out that the H-67 isn't mine but aldo's, although I used to covet one ..... and I realise now that I still do...
    Sorry about that, I'll fix it now.......

    6B-9101000 watches:
    0112 Isologue (Martin)
    1154 Foilguy (Paul)
    1752 bobsy
    1815 Isologue (Martin)
    2265 Flightpath (John)
    2936 Aldo

    H67 watches:
    3729 Aldo

    cheers,

    -John

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    Default Hamilton 6B- 9101000

    Two more
    H 1888 M
    H 1025 M
    Aloha
    Jim

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    I have #2712
    And H67 #3536

    My photos are ropey, I might get the camera out tomorrow.

    Ross

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    One more,

    I have, H-67 3948

    I presume that the H-67 serial numbers are a continuation of the H serial numbers, when was the last H before the H - 67's or am I wrong and they ran concurrently.

    Regards,
    Marcus

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    Default List update......

    6B-9101000 watches:
    0112 Isologue (Martin)
    1025 collect4417 (Jim)
    1154 Foilguy (Paul)
    1752 bobsy
    1815 Isologue (Martin)
    1888 collect4417 (Jim)
    2265 Flightpath (John)
    2712 Ledgers (Ross)
    2936 Aldo

    H67 watches:
    3536 Ledgers (Ross)
    3729 Aldo
    3948 marcusg (Marcus)

    Marcus, I'm guessing that's the case, it will be interesting to see how close the highest 6B-9101000 and lowest H-67 serial numbers get (we might have to wait for a while for some to post theirs though)... maybe Konrad and Terry have a couple of watches to add to the list.

    cheers,

    -John

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    Default Pardon my ignorance

    but what is the difference between the 9101000 and the H67?
    my guess is the H67 is the later, hacking version marked 6B-9614045?

    looking at the serials so far the case for them running continuous from the last 9101000 to the first 9614045 is rather strong.


    Quote Originally Posted by marcusg View Post
    One more,

    I have, H-67 3948

    I presume that the H-67 serial numbers are a continuation of the H serial numbers, when was the last H before the H - 67's or am I wrong and they ran concurrently.

    Regards,
    Marcus

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    Default List update....

    I've added two from Konrad's book........

    6B-9101000 watches:
    0040 Page 697 in Konrad's book
    0112 Isologue (Martin)
    1025 collect4417 (Jim)
    1154 Foilguy (Paul)
    1752 bobsy
    1815 Isologue (Martin)
    1888 collect4417 (Jim)
    2265 Flightpath (John)
    2712 Ledgers (Ross)
    2936 Aldo

    H67 watches:
    3536 Ledgers (Ross)
    3729 Aldo
    3782 Page 697 in Konrad's book
    3948 marcusg (Marcus)

    cheers,

    -John

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    Hello John & G'Day to all,

    Been meaning to post this query on the Hamy 6B... Would the earlier Hamy 6B with 9101000 markings house the s75s hacking movement? Going by your previous thread on the Hamy 6B, there was a discussion that the earlier issues with the 9101000 case back have the non hacking s75 movement.

    I was looking at one late last year but wasn't too sure if the watch had the wrong movement installed or most likely the wrong case back.

    Great examples guys, still one I have yet to add to the box...

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    Hello all,

    here's mine:




    6B-9101000 H 3008 M
    non-hacking, I believe 1966.

    Ciao,

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    Hi John,

    My Hamilton 6B-9101000 watch is serial number 72.

    When I get a chance I'll post a pic.

    Kind regards

    Chris in Melbourne

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    G'Day,

    I've listed 45 of 6B-9101000 and 20 of H67 models, surely you don't want to see all the numbers do you?

    It's a pretty good bet that the issue numbers run concurrently. What I've seen shows only 149 issue numbers separating the two models.

    a) 6B-9101000 Ham 75 non-hacking - Possibly over 3124 issued, I have from 0005 to 3129 listed.

    b) H67 Ham S75S hacking - Possibly over 940 issued, I have from 3278 to 4218 listed.

    Very nice watches and most you see seem to be in quite good condition, maybe because the RAF guys are not so hard on their gear as the Army guys are.

    Terry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Andrews View Post
    G'Day,

    I've listed 45 of 6B-9101000 and 20 of H67 models, surely you don't want to see all the numbers do you?

    It's a pretty good bet that the issue numbers run concurrently. What I've seen shows only 149 issue numbers separating the two models.

    a) 6B-9101000 Ham 75 non-hacking - Possibly over 3124 issued, I have from 0005 to 3129 listed.

    b) H67 Ham S75S hacking - Possibly over 940 issued, I have from 3278 to 4218 listed.

    Very nice watches and most you see seem to be in quite good condition, maybe because the RAF guys are not so hard on their gear as the Army guys are.

    Terry
    Hi Terry,

    I guess the purpose of this thread is to 'see' the watches that MWR members have so I guess we don't really need to see all your numbers (I guess we didn't need to see the ones in Konrad's book then eh!?).

    Your information is very interesting and answers some of the questions we have. In what way do you keep the numbers? i.e. with the current owners name or 'seen on Ebay' ect.?

    cheers & thanks for the input!

    -John
    Last edited by Flightpath; 01-19-2010 at 10:11.

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    Default List update......

    Hi,

    because this is a list of watches owned by MWR members I've taken out the two in Konrad's book (and added Chris's watch).

    6B-9101000 watches:
    0072 Chris in Melbourne
    0112 Isologue (Martin)
    1025 collect4417 (Jim)
    1154 Foilguy (Paul)
    1752 bobsy
    1815 Isologue (Martin)
    1888 collect4417 (Jim)
    2265 Flightpath (John)
    2712 Ledgers (Ross)
    2936 Aldo
    3008 paolo1968 (Paolo)

    H67 watches:
    3536 Ledgers (Ross)
    3729 Aldo
    3948 marcusg (Marcus)

    Thanks again to Terry for his information.

    cheers,

    -John

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