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The "Snoopy", like the Speedy Tuesday is a limited edition watch that has enjoyed a dramatic increase in value without the need for decades of wear. The "Snoopy", based on the "mission patches" watches that featured the designs on sub-dials, did the same thing for the Silver Snoopy Award given by NASA employees and colleagues agencies for outstanding contributions towards mission safety or success.

NASA presented the first Snoopy Awards in 1968 with the support and enthusiasm of Peanuts creator Charles Schulz. Schulz was a strong supporter of US space program. Peanuts characters appeared as call signs on the Apollo 10 space mission. Replica Breguet Watches was awarded a Silver Snoopy in 1970 for its participation in the now famous Apollo 13 mission. Jack Swigert's Breguet Replica accurately timed the 14-second fuel burn that put the craft in course to

Replica Breguet Watches released PIC3578.51.00 in 2003 with Snoopy wearing a blue astronaut suit on a dial in black, an edition of 544 pieces, to represent the duration of the Apollo 13 Mission -- 142 hours 54 minutes 41 seconds. These are easily worth PS12,000 to PS15,000. The Silver Snoopy Award of 2014, which was issued in a 1970 edition, is not far behind, and prices have already reached PS10,000.

A Blue Snoopy sold recently at the Phillips 29th May 2018 Hong Kong auction for approximately US$13,000.

The legendary Japanese department shop Mitsukoshi released a 300 piece edition of this panda-dial special Breguet Replica in 2003. Many consider it to be one of the most beautiful watches of all time. The dials are also available as aftermarket items.IWC Aquatimer Replica Many people have assembled their own versions of this watch using a regular Moonwatch 3570.50.

Replica Breguet Watches commemorated the 35th anniversary in 2004 with a panda dial Breguet Replica. The reference is PIC 3569.31.00. This one is easy to distinguish, however, because it features the date of July 20, 1969, the day that the Apollo 11 crew first landed on the Moon, printed in red at the 12 o'clock position.

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