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I'm updating what I'm still open to sell early this year: all vintages :) A zenith a3736 gray dial, an Hamilton chronomatic panda dial and an Omega chronostop 145008 regate bezel.
And some 360 pics of each:
First, the vintage zenith subsea A3736 gray dial. I'm the second owner as I bought it to the son of the original owner who never worn it. It was owned by a French butcher in Le Havre (north of France). The watch had been bought by his wife, in the local zenith AD named Lepage, and offered for it's 40th birthday in 1968. The shop still exist today.
Unfortunately there is no box or paper...
And for the story in the story, the loss of the original winding crown occurs during a fight in bar!! Don't know who won ;)
Today the watch works perfectly fine.
I sell this one 6500€.
Then, the Hamilton chronomatic panda dial:
Everything is original with usual wearing signs on case and glass: untouched creamy panda dial, right hands, right Hamilton signed crown, right case and back never polished, caliber 11 running fine and setting to zero as it should.
It's for sale at 4000€.
Finally, the Omega Chronostop 145008 from the 70's in original condition: original nice dial and hands, with it's rare regate bezels which gives it a cool look. Last service is unknown but the caliber 865 has been checked and is working good. Apart slight signs of wear, the case is in really good conditions with it's beautiful sun brushed effects. Original crowns as well.
It's for sale at 1800€.