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A marketplace for chronographs, dive watches and other tool-type wristwatches and timepieces
Rules: Postings must be an ad announcing an intent to sell, buy or trade. Full item description and photo(s) must be posted within the message here, not as links to other websites. Links to online auctions and other sites: Links to online auctions, dealer sites or other listings of items are permitted, but you should be careful to ensure that such listings will comply with our other ChronoTrader Policies. In addition, we request that sellers linking to online auctions or listings offer some benefit or accomodation to ChronoTrader readers (for example, some discount or an undertaking to end an auction early, to keep a watch "in the family"). Photos must be of the actual item for sale in its present condition. No counterfeit or replica products. No post for the same item may be repeated within 7 days, except to lower the asking price. Commercial dealers are limited to three unique posts per day. [More...]
: Thanks for sharing the story, I always like to read about the
: watch's history. GLWS
Thanks to you!
As told the butcher's son never worn it. To give you all the story, he just got it as an heritage and he told me that he put it directly in sale. As the rest (house...). I just believed him as he seemed not really into watches. He was wearing a Casio...
So it's a family watch and to me it was as if I bought it to the original owner.... The worse is that I do believe that the box was somewhere in the house but he had no clue where it could be. According to him his mother was keeping everything...