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I've tried both of Jonathan's, type I and type III in my 6105, and I much prefer the type I. But it's going to be down to the buyer's personal preference, how about offering the watch for sale with a choice of either, with installation included in the price?
 

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from purely a collector perspective, it shoudl be original or close to original and should fit properly...I do like sapphire with AR that matches the original specs....
 

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According to Jonathan Koch early versions of the watch sported a high dome (but with a flat top) before they switched to the low dome that was less prone to chipping. The high dome has a different slope to the bevel which leaves a bigger gap between the crystal and the bezel insert which is not as aesthetically pleasing as the low dome IMHO.
 
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