Antiques Roadshow--The Rarest Speedy

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Re: Antiques Roadshow--The Rarest Speedy

Post by MKTheVintageBloke » June 1st 2023, 2:51pm

The Apollo-Soyuz was limited to 500 pieces, ex aequo with the white gold chronometer version of the "Stafford." Oh, and then there was the 1978 "Alaska III" NASA-issued series in 2 batches, less than 100 pieces in total. Japan-only limited edition of 40 pieces in gold, with a panda dial.
So... Apollo-Soyuz, rarest? I think not.
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Re: Antiques Roadshow--The Rarest Speedy

Post by conjurer » June 1st 2023, 10:38pm

MKTheVintageBloke wrote:
June 1st 2023, 2:51pm
The Apollo-Soyuz was limited to 500 pieces, ex aequo with the white gold chronometer version of the "Stafford." Oh, and then there was the 1978 "Alaska III" NASA-issued series in 2 batches, less than 100 pieces in total. Japan-only limited edition of 40 pieces in gold, with a panda dial.
So... Apollo-Soyuz, rarest? I think not.
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