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FS: Price reduction: mint Dugena cal.15 with silver dial


for sale a nice and all original Dugena cal. 3207 (same as Heuer Cal.15, signed bridge apart).

The stainless steel case measures 40 x 43mm without pushers and crown and has light signs of use but the sunburst is still very nice.

It comes with an Abel Court's blue leather strap that perfectly matches the inner tachymeter scale.

The silver dial is flawless and has the original tritium, as the original hands. The dial changes its colour according to the direction of light beating on it, and in my opinion remembers the Heuer Monaco 1533G.

Service history is unknown but the watch keeps perfect time, the Cal. 15 Chronomatic movement is very clean and runs as it should. All chronograph functions are perfectly given, the microrotor works perfectly.

I don't want someone buy the watch to dismount it for its Cal15 movement parts (is a pity because this is an original and quite scarce chronograph), so the request price cannot be lower than the value of the movement itself: 1300€ + shipping.

Thanks you all for reading and to Jeff for this space.


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