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FS: Lemania Viggen - Swedish Air Force - Update

Hi folks,

Update: A few bids have dropped in and awaiting a couple more.

The lemania viggen was issued to the swedish air force in the 70s and has got a lot of attention lately. All Viggens should have the caseback
engraving and pilot nr if they were used. This particular example is a later version,so called mk2 bearing the pilot nr 302, highest identified nr
so far is nr 303. Up to date around 65 have been found making it an extremely rare military watch.

Case and dial: Excellent case with sharp bevels and clear engraving on the caseback. The dial is immaculate under the
lightly scratched plexy and has an amazing patina. It obviously lacks the bezel and plexi needs to be polished but I leave that to the new owner.

Movement: The watch runs perfectly keeping accurate time and chronograph function works as should resetting to zero etc.

Price: Accepting offers

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