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: 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.
The 741.630 proves that scarcity does not always directly correlate to value. All I know is that I love mine.
The other very cool watch in this sale is the "Chronomatic" Ref. 1158S. Has this ref been seen before? I know I haven't. It is basically just like mine but with that wonderful word on the dial.