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Thanks very much...

Colin, for the kind words! A very astute observation regarding the lack of "T". The same is true of the only other MKII 2447D Fisher Carrera that I have seen pictured, which is owned by another member here "GMT". If you look in the archives of the On The Dash site, there are examples of the MKII 2447D with and without the "T" (without the Fisher branding), so it seems there was some variation when it comes to the MKII decimal dials. I love the fact that there are so many versions of the Carrera dial, and even versions within versions!



: Jim - I'm always a fan of your watches and the great pics you take
: of them. I can't believe I never noticed this before, but it's
: interesting that your Fisher 2447SD doesn't have a "T"
: despite being a MKII Carrera. That dial overall has such great
: balance and charm.

: -ct

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