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My recently acquired re-issue of the Yankees Piping Rock. Not mint, but still in nice shape. I had been wanting one since I first saw it in a Honolulu jewelry store in 1994. If I was an MLB player I think I would take a World Series watch over a ring any day!:001_smile:

 

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Thanks, guys. Unlike the yellow gold re-issue, the white gold Yankees model came with a hand wind mechanical movement! She went into the shop for a cleaning yesterday. Can't wait to have it on the wrist.
 

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When was this reissued?
Early 1990s, although I am not sure when it was discontinued or how many were produced.

I thought all the re=issues were quartz. You hit the jackpot!
I believe this may have been the only re-issue that was ever offered with a mechanical movement (Khaki line excluded). Personally, I think the entire line of American Classics should be mechanical with the exception of the ones that were originally electric (i.e. Ventura, Everest). Maybe I should send in a suggestion letter!
 

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I just recently found this watch in my closet. I forgot I had it. Any idea on the value of this watch. I have been looking everywhere but cannot get a listing.

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Dean
dean808.....You're killing me:scared: You just FOUND it ?? I'm running to my closet right now. that thing deserves a special place..............like on MY wrist........Congrats on the great find...It goes on the bay from between $75.00 to $160.00 depending on the condition....Now go take some pictures then clean out your closet so that we can find something else:D
 
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