Thread: GMT 1675 Dials
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Old 29 September 2013, 10:51 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by springer View Post
I can't answer that for you but I can explain the difference when compared to the other white dials.

On the rail dial, if you look at the second marks, they are much longer than those found on the other dials. Additionally, there is a larger gap between the circular plots and the second marks.

Radial dial Gmt is often referred to as a the MK III dial and is often seen around the low 5.0 mil circa 1977.

The Rail Dial is seen in some rare 1655's and 1665's and is when the "C" in Chronometer is directly over the "C" in Certified. These dial were made by the Stern Company.
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