Status & Variants of the Pam 26 w/ quantities issued

Status & Variants of the Pam 26 w/ quantities issued

jacmerlin
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February 27th, 2012, 6:53 am #1

Hello,
These are what I have heard of...... ??

1. Pam 26 A T-dial 60ea.??

2. Pam 26 B T-dial with all A accouterments 5ea --10 ea. ?? case, crystal, dial, hands, straps, caseback, buckle, box etc.

3. Pam 26 B T-dial with B style accouterments 55ea. ???

4 Pam 26 B L-dial B style accouterments 200 ea. ??

5 Pam 26K L-dial 500ea.

Any others?


Thanks,
Jonathan
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tomele
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February 27th, 2012, 7:25 am #2

PAM 26 k >> Special Edition 1000 units
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February 27th, 2012, 7:40 am #3

Hello,
These are what I have heard of...... ??

1. Pam 26 A T-dial 60ea.??

2. Pam 26 B T-dial with all A accouterments 5ea --10 ea. ?? case, crystal, dial, hands, straps, caseback, buckle, box etc.

3. Pam 26 B T-dial with B style accouterments 55ea. ???

4 Pam 26 B L-dial B style accouterments 200 ea. ??

5 Pam 26K L-dial 500ea.

Any others?


Thanks,
Jonathan
PAM 26 A : 95 units
PAM 26 B : 60 units with the same T swiss T dial. Only the boxes and the buckle ( 1 screw vs 2 screws ) are different.
hope this helps,
tomi
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February 27th, 2012, 8:01 am #4

Hello,
These are what I have heard of...... ??

1. Pam 26 A T-dial 60ea.??

2. Pam 26 B T-dial with all A accouterments 5ea --10 ea. ?? case, crystal, dial, hands, straps, caseback, buckle, box etc.

3. Pam 26 B T-dial with B style accouterments 55ea. ???

4 Pam 26 B L-dial B style accouterments 200 ea. ??

5 Pam 26K L-dial 500ea.

Any others?


Thanks,
Jonathan
A series => 65 units.

B series => 200 units ( +/- 75% with tritium, +/- 25% with luminova ).

K series => 1000 units.
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Asimut
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February 27th, 2012, 8:31 am #5

correct is 95.

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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February 27th, 2012, 8:33 am #6

also heard this. n/t
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February 27th, 2012, 8:45 am #7

A series => 65 units.

B series => 200 units ( +/- 75% with tritium, +/- 25% with luminova ).

K series => 1000 units.
B series > OP 6504 : 50 units
OP 6523 : 10 units

must be confirmed by experts

cheers
tomi
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February 27th, 2012, 2:37 pm #8

And would love to see caseback pics.

The info I have is that the 200 pieces in B are OP 6523.

Cheers and best from the holyland,

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February 27th, 2012, 2:52 pm #9

i can not confirm this info , probably read it one day on P.com
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February 27th, 2012, 3:39 pm #10

B series > OP 6504 : 50 units
OP 6523 : 10 units

must be confirmed by experts

cheers
tomi
" As with all things Panerai, there are exceptions, but if you own a B-series Historic with the OP6502/6504 case reference, there's a 97% chance that it will have a Tritium dial. If you own a B-series Historic with an OP6518-6523 case reference, there's a 97% chance that it will have a Luminova dial. If all the owners of B-series now respond with stating their case reference, PAM-reference and dial, we can do some statistical mathematics and determine if those 97% are more likely 99% or 95% or 90%. "

hope this helps
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February 27th, 2012, 5:18 pm #11

The best databases are the real watches.

Cheers and best from the holyland,

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February 27th, 2012, 8:16 pm #12

Why posting a case back give an idea of the ratio 6504/6523 and Tdial vs L dial ?

Anyway, the only thing i can do is to show you my OP 6523 B series T dial ;








cheers,

tomi
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February 27th, 2012, 8:48 pm #13



Cheers and best from the holyland,

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February 27th, 2012, 9:19 pm #14

I hope this is allowed :

First is a 26B T dial B series from the CM P.com 2005:





Second: a 26B T dial also B series and OP6504



Both have serial number 97 , B series

So what to conclude ???


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February 27th, 2012, 10:57 pm #15

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February 28th, 2012, 4:06 am #16

I hope this is allowed :

First is a 26B T dial B series from the CM P.com 2005:





Second: a 26B T dial also B series and OP6504



Both have serial number 97 , B series

So what to conclude ???


tomi
And they are very helpful. At the end of the day, this is how we learn the most. These examples are in the 99% or 97% or whatever number that indicates all OP 6504 are T dials except some? These are the ones I'm looking for.

So, you can see on the top of the movement sticker the model number 2602. This is the case with many transitional histotics in the B series. I wonder if there's a 100% correlation with the T dial. If yes, perhaps there is a chance to obtain definitive numbers one day.

Thanks for posting

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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February 28th, 2012, 10:16 pm #17

Hello,
These are what I have heard of...... ??

1. Pam 26 A T-dial 60ea.??

2. Pam 26 B T-dial with all A accouterments 5ea --10 ea. ?? case, crystal, dial, hands, straps, caseback, buckle, box etc.

3. Pam 26 B T-dial with B style accouterments 55ea. ???

4 Pam 26 B L-dial B style accouterments 200 ea. ??

5 Pam 26K L-dial 500ea.

Any others?


Thanks,
Jonathan
If i can resume those first posts, i can say there are 95 units in the A serie. Probably all in 6504 and so in T Dial.

In B serie there would be 200 pieces with:

- 6504 T dial: 50 units
- 6523 T dial: 10 units
- 6523 L dial: 140 units

If it's right, so we could consider that the 26B in T dial with a 6523 case are extremly rare no guys?



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February 29th, 2012, 1:20 am #18

Hello,
These are what I have heard of...... ??

1. Pam 26 A T-dial 60ea.??

2. Pam 26 B T-dial with all A accouterments 5ea --10 ea. ?? case, crystal, dial, hands, straps, caseback, buckle, box etc.

3. Pam 26 B T-dial with B style accouterments 55ea. ???

4 Pam 26 B L-dial B style accouterments 200 ea. ??

5 Pam 26K L-dial 500ea.

Any others?


Thanks,
Jonathan
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February 29th, 2012, 1:22 am #19

I hope this is allowed :

First is a 26B T dial B series from the CM P.com 2005:





Second: a 26B T dial also B series and OP6504



Both have serial number 97 , B series

So what to conclude ???


tomi
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RI, USA
Hang Tough Hammer!!!

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February 29th, 2012, 7:15 am #20

And they are very helpful. At the end of the day, this is how we learn the most. These examples are in the 99% or 97% or whatever number that indicates all OP 6504 are T dials except some? These are the ones I'm looking for.

So, you can see on the top of the movement sticker the model number 2602. This is the case with many transitional histotics in the B series. I wonder if there's a 100% correlation with the T dial. If yes, perhaps there is a chance to obtain definitive numbers one day.

Thanks for posting

Cheers and best from the holyland,

~Asi~



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I saw several B series stickers ( incl T dial and L dial) .
The model number is always 2602 , 102, 202. ( for " 2nd version " ?)
I believe there is no correlation between the dial and the model number on the sticker .

What i' m sure , this f*****g B series gives me headache.

cheers

tomi
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