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    Description

    Gallet Steel Vintage Chronograph, circa 1950's
    Case: stainless steel, screw back, 38 mm, bi-directional rotating black bezel, round push buttons
    Dial: black, tapered steel markers, steel batons, white telemeter calibrations
    Movement: Valjoux 72, 17 jewels, manual, shock absorber
    Band: leather
    Signed: triple signed Gallet


    Condition Report*: Type: Gallet Steel Vintage Chronograph
    Dial: black, white sub dials
    Hands; luminous steel batons
    Metal: stainless
    Case Info: screw back
    Case Width: 38 mm
    Crystal: acrylic
    Watch Movement: Valjoux 72, 17 jewels, manual, shock absorber
    Band: leather
    Circa: 1950's
    Condition: movement is very good, case is good, dial is good, some scratches on the crystal
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    November, 2011
    18th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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