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The Hamilton Piping Rock model,introduced in the 1920's is one of the most desireable of all vintage Hamiltons.
The case and dial design was as unique then as it is now.





In 1928 Hamilton produced a version with an engraved caseback to comemmorate the New York Yankees winning the World Series.
Now that would be a grail!!!:w00t:
 

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Beautiful! Has anyone ever seen one in the flesh?

I've only seen them for sale at a few online dealers.
Big Bucks!!
I wonder how many Yankee versions have survived.
 

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Sometime in the 90's Hamilton did a re-issue of the PipingRock as well as the 1928 Yankee watch...Ofd course if you find one of thos the cost is more reasonable.
 

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Hi,

I think i have one of the 1990 re-issue's. Can someone tell me how much it is worth? It is in good working condition. Mine has the 1928 yankee wording on the back.

Thanks
 

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Hi,

I think i have one of the 1990 re-issue's. Can someone tell me how much it is worth? It is in good working condition. Mine has the 1928 yankee wording on the back.

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dean,

I have seen the originals going for over 3 grand. As for the re-issues, I suggest you Google it to see what comes up.
 
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