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Thread: Post War Hanhart Red Snail Telemeter

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    Default Post War Hanhart Red Snail Telemeter

    So what's your take on this one? I assume it's post war since it does not have serial number engraved on the caseback.

    Not much information on these great looking and extremely rare chronographs, so any additional information would be most welcomed.

    In the meantime time, here a quick shot. Enjoying wearing it a lot.



    Thanks!

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    Nicely done congrats

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    Oooooo that is nice.

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    wow, where has that come from, as sealed casket? How does a 70 year old watch look like that......wow

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    Is it the one sold in Geneva by Sotheby's in November 2017?

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    That’s outstanding Cesar - it’s so well preserved it looks at first glance like a reissue 👍🏻

    Do yourself a favour and don’t let cuffwear ruin that amazing finish!

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    Thanks guys! Indeed it looks fantastic. And yes, from the Sotheby's auction. I believe it went unnoticed, unless I missed something. Either way, very enjoyable to wear, like I do with all my watches. The dial is hypnotic. Love these Hanharts.

    Cheers

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