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    Default Smiths W10 has a groovy movement..

    I have seen a zillion of the W10s over the years... issued and non issued but never thought that the movement would be so groovy.... looks like a few design tells from Brighton Pavilion..

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    That's true. The W10 (GS 4701) houses the 60466E Smiths movement based on the movement in the Astrals, if I remember rightly. Nice to see such a good example. Mine went to a bette place last year. Hey ho...
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    Courtesy of The Antique Watch Shop, a Smiths Deluxe movement (as used in the Aussie Smiths DeLuxes?)

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    [QUOTE=Bremont125;18040]Courtesy of The Antique Watch Shop, a Smiths Deluxe movement (as used in the Aussie Smiths DeLuxes?)

    Hi Bremont125,

    The Aussie issue Smiths Deluxe uses the CS 27 movement and not the one shown in your post.

    Kind regards

    Chris in Melbourne

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    [QUOTE=Chris in Melbourne;18059]
    Quote Originally Posted by Bremont125 View Post
    Courtesy of The Antique Watch Shop, a Smiths Deluxe movement (as used in the Aussie Smiths DeLuxes?)

    Hi Bremont125,

    The Aussie issue Smiths Deluxe uses the CS 27 movement and not the one shown in your post.

    Kind regards

    Chris in Melbourne
    Thanks Chris. Seems to be the same case tho? (albeit in a different metal)
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