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Hello everybody. Last night I did some Internet research on the Hamilton Meadowbrook and found that this site was had more information
available than anywhere else. Good on 'ya! I thought I send along a few photos of a watch that took possession of today, it's a Hamilton
Meadowbrook. It appears to be a platinum case - and appears to have an original dial and hands. I serviced it this morning, took a few
photos and wanted to post these photos so that you Hamilton historians can tell me more about what it is that I have. I contacted Rene R.
earlier today. We met some 30 years ago at a watch meet / antique show here on the west coast. It's the first time since then since we
chatted. He loves the watch, and thought that you guys would be a great resource for information on this watch. The serial number on
the inside of it's case back is: 106310, it's 979 mvt.2901164. It arrived this morning without it's crown which I recall hearing was originally
platinum. Other than a scratched glass crystal, it's purring along nicely. Any information about this watch, is scarcity, and micro particulars
would be of interest to me. This is my 1st. post. Sorry if it's clunky. Thanks again you guys! all the best from unseasonably sunny Portland, Terry Nelson watchrepair.cc Watch Analog watch Clock Watch accessory Font
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Found two that were on Ebay in the last 3 months, they were 14K, not platinum, one did not sell at $1350 and the other asked $1500 and sold to the best offer which is unknown. 20 years ago they were bringing $700-800. Have no idea how many were made or sold.
 
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