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FS: Cyma "Dirty Dozen" - unique faded subdial


I have decided to part with my Cyma as it deserves a new home and more wrist time.

This is the largest of the Dirty Dozen military watches (38mm without the crown) and the case is solid steel. Plenty of info in the web :-)

I have owned a few of these and this one is by far the best one. Brownish patina and a beautiful faded subdial. These are often destroyed by unoriginal parts, shiny polished cases and very poor lume jobs but here you have one of the best examples out there including dust cover and original crown.

The service history is unknown. I have worn it in rotation with other watches in my collection. During the past week I have worn it constantly and it is keeping perfect time with a good power reserve.

The price of this beauty is EUR 1,500.

Serious buyers would be nice and silly low ball offers will of course be ignored.

The watch is located in Copenhagen, Denmark.


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