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Original hands have the bevel, like the hq Milton example you posted.
Service hands, like on your watch, are flat.
: Thanks for the response but respectfully in our expert opinion this
: statement is incorrect.
: We believe he hands are origional to the watch for a couple of
: reasons. One the hands are consistent with other 1016 examples
: from 1967 this includes the sweep seconds hand and both the hour
: and minute hands. Additionally when viewed under U.V. Light the
: tritium within the hands and on the dial reacts properly and
: shows consistency in texture, color and responsiveness to the
: U.V. Light. The watch was a one owner example that was sourced
: directly from the estate of the original owner.
: Additionally here are a few additional ref 1019 examples from this
: era that poses the same hands and are good examples of
: If you feel that this inaccurate please advise as we are always
: learning and expanding our knowledge base