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Selling my vintage Wittnauer Chronograph. Stainless steel case is approximately 36mm in diameter (excluding crown). Venus cal. 188 manual-winding movement. Circa 1960s. Faceted lugs, stepped case.

KILLER PATINA - The dial shows a beautiful coppery Patina, that is gorgeous and changes in the light from creamy to coppery.

Overall Condition: The case is in very good condition over all, with only the slightest signs of light use in keeping with its age. Dial is in excellent condition, only the slightest mark above the 6. Hands are blued steel with grabs under the right light and in similar excellent condition, showing patina on the luminescent elements. Case back is in similarly excellent condition. Signed Wittnauer crown.

All chrono functions work flawlessly: Winds perfectly smooth, chrono activates, stops, resets with a strong snapback. Running strong.

Comes on a brown leather American Made strap from Worn&Wound.

If you've been lusting after a vintage chronograph, but don't want the big price tag that comes with the big names like Here, Universal Geneve and Breiting, then look no further.

$1300 Paypal, or Wire, or Chase quick pay shipped 2 day insured. I have excellent feedback as a seller on Rolex Forums. Feel free to message me here, or email at:
jmpowell at gmail dot com

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