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Standard "Viceroy", with three chronograph hands replaced

Thanks for sending the photos.

It seems to be a standard Viceroy (or pre-Viceroy), except that the three chronographs hands (hours, minutes and seconds) have been replaced with the strange orange hands.



: Brian:

: If you will send the images by email, I will be happy to post my
: assessment.

: Best,

: Jeff

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Standard "Viceroy", with three chronograph hands replaced
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