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  1. Rickglick1

    Wathier Railway Chronometer

    Thank you guys for your posts 11 years ago! I was lucky to find this watch and your thread answered all of my questions! Not the first time you guys have really helped me out with great information. Thanks again! Rick G.
  2. Rickglick1

    Hamilton, Adjusted for Railroad Service, 992 ARRS Watches

    John, Maybe not a 'Watch Police', but certainly, as your title describes, a 'Time Nerd'! Seriously, that's exactly what I was looking for-advice so as to not impact the specialness of this watch. I will leave it alone for now. I have other watches that I have 'upgraded' the case-especially wind...
  3. Rickglick1

    Hamilton, Adjusted for Railroad Service, 992 ARRS Watches

    Thanks Rob! I have been collecting for several years, but I only joined the forum last year. I have learned a lot just reading the posts, but sometimes I am compelled to share! I have a few other interesting watches I may post. Rick
  4. Rickglick1

    Hamilton, Adjusted for Railroad Service, 992 ARRS Watches

    Thanks Jim! i have some nice Hamilton cases to put this in. I will repost when done. Rick
  5. Rickglick1

    Hamilton, Adjusted for Railroad Service, 992 ARRS Watches

    Hi Kent! I am the new custodian of this 992 Special! it actually came with your very informative article from 2001 in the Railroaders Corner. I would like to add my serial number 2428778 and my hand scratched digits 29534 to your database. The Mainliner case it came to me in is not marked...

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