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Reluctantly selling my lovely 7753S, school fees due etc etc etc. Watch was bought from a collection of Railway Watches sold here in Melbourne in 2014. There were standard VRC watches and then these Heuer chronos issued to the guards and stationmasters. Dial is absolutely unmarked with fabulous handset. Original crown but pushers are replacements. Comes on a black leather racing band with a Heuer B buckle.
This is VRC19 and was by far the best dial of the VRC 7753S I was able to acquire from the sale. I seriously doubt you will find a cleaner 7753S dial than this. Not sure how many Heuer Chronos were issued but the highest number I saw was VRC22. and thes enumbers included standard watches as well as chronographs. Heuer signed Valjoux 7733 movement serviced in 2014.
The watch is the actual one discussed here:
I am happy to supply photos and references by email, having trouble posting pics here at the moment.
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