Re: Another fine EK2 for the collection
I guess it depends on how you define a flaw. For me, this is just where the beading on the outer corner joins. As the die grew older and therefore produced more and more EK frames it would wear and it may develop into a flaw but to me it isn't a flaw. A flaw is something that shouldn't be there but alot of things are put under the heading of 'die flaw'.
For example, the scrunched bead on the Wachtler & Lange EKs is considered by some to be a 'flaw' but it was in fact a feature that was engraved into the original frame design so it is in fact a feature more than a flaw. I would place the above in the same category.
Looking for LDO marked EK2s and items relating to U-406.....
06-23-2013 08:34 PM