Swiss made Baumgartner hand-wound mechanical movement - In very good condition (aesthetic and functional)
|Model:||Digital Jump hour|
Lucerne Digital jump hour model, rare vintage 1970s wristwatch in very good condition
Jump hour models were first introduced by Audermars Piguet in 1921 and today are becoming very trendy again
Case width excluding crown: 40 mm, height: 37 mm
Baumgartner hand-wound mechanical movement (branded Trice Watch Inc.) In very good condition and working perfectly
Jump Hour hours and minutes
Case with brushed gilded metal finish
Genuine leather strap; total length 23 cm
The watch is in working order and keeps time well
Visibly in very good condition for its age, with only minimal signs of wear on the casing
No box or papers
Express shipping with tracking, carefully packaged and protected
|Member since:||March 14, 2016|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.OK except a scratch on the bottom of the case that was not mentioned into product description making me doubting it is in solid ref gold as described - looks more like a painted or plated -Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Dear Pierre,
it is pretty impossible to describe everything, what I always do (even in this case) is to take a pic of every detail: in this case 63 pics !
This said, the watch is used, even if in very good condition and any (small) scratch can be easy polished.
No doubt at all that that the watch (case) is 18kt gold, being hallmarked 18K 0,750 (see the 2x detail pics).
Yours was a good catch, being the same watch on Chrono24 quoted between 2.490 and 3.640 !
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|United States||$ 60.09|
|United Kingdom||$ 24.03|
|Rest of Europe||$ 48.07|
|Anywhere else||$ 60.09|
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