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Offered is a circa 1967 Breitling Top Time, the desirable 2002 Thunderball panda, so called due to a modified version appearing in the Bond film
38mm case (unpolished)
black dial with silvered sundials.
Correctly marked dial, crown, and caseback.
Crown is a replacement
Has been to my watchmaker and cleaned, mechanism running well.
Some wear in the telemetry ring which is very common.
Photos accurately depict the condition of the watch.
This watch model has a "monocoque" (1 piece) case where the movement is removed from the front after removing the crystal and dial ring. As such, there is no caseback that pops off or unscrews to allow a photograph of the movement to be added to the listing. However, this watch houses a fully serviced Venus 188 mechanism.
Asking £2000 net to me.