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Subject: Re: Need help Tracing a Particular Seamaster 27... 'Glyn Rich'?


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Herman Postma, Ther Netherlands
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Date Posted: 15:59:52 03/11/2012 Sat
In reply to: Luke Wos 's message, "Need help Tracing a Particular Seamaster 27... 'Glyn Rich'?" on 20:03:11 03/06/2012 Sun

>Hi, do you know the buildingnumber of the Seamaster 27?
I own a seamaster 27, which is shipped to Holland in that -period. The boat is now called Miss Moneypenny and has at the moment a total make over at the outside of the boat. The buildingnumber is attached in the boat. The buildingyear is about 1965. Do you have more information?


b daysHi, I wonder if anyone could help me track down my
>Grandfathers old boat? All I know is that it was a
>Seamaster 27 called 'Glyn Rich'. I believe he sold it
>around 1990 before he sadly passed away but I would
>like to hear if anyone has any information about it's
>whereabouts as I'd love to get it back in the family
>as I spent many a weekend with him on it as a young
>child. He kept it at both Benson and Harleyford on the
>Thames and if anyone could help me track it down it
>would be very much appreciated.
>
>Many thanks in advance
>Luke
>lukewos@hotmail.com

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