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Scarcity of the Autavia GMT 741.603

Difficult to address this with any precision. Yes, the manual-winding 741.603 GMT is rare, but so is the Autavia 1163 GMT (Mark 1) the Autavia 11063 GMT. I would guess that we do well to see three or four of any of these three watches on the market, in any given year.

Most common of the automatic Autavia GMTs are probably the 11630 and the 1163 Mark 2 and Mark 3.



: What an awesome lineup! The GMT looks amazing and very colorful
: under the UV light.

: How much rarer is the ref. 741.603 compared to the automatic GMT
: references 11630; 1163; 110630 ?

: I’d imagine that the manual wind 741.603 is much rarer than any
: of the automatics?

: Best,
: Marcus

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