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    Heuer, Kentucky Chronograph, Stainless Steel and Yellow Gold, Automatic, Ref. 750.705, Circa 1970s
    Case: 39 mm, stainless steel and yellow gold, two body, horseshoe-shaped, brushed and polished, with yellow gold bezel screws, Heuer plaque, crown, and pushers, screw-down back, and integral bracelet, No. 373103
    Dial: brushed gray, with raised champagne outer tachymeter scale, applied yellow gold and black markers with luminous dots, seconds, 30-minute, and 12-hour registers, and day/date apertures; yellow gold and black baton hour/minute hands with luminous inserts, black baton register hands, and black sword chrono hand
    Movement: Heuer (Valjoux caliber 7750) automatic, 17 jewels, Swiss lever, with chronograph, quickset day/date, and hacking seconds functions, frosted rhodium finish
    Band: stainless steel bracelet, 18 links, approximately 7 3/8 inches maximum length, including watch, with pull-out clasp lock, signed Heuer on deployment clasp
    Signed: Heuer on dial, case, crown, movement, and clasp

    This vintage timepiece is one of several named after iconic North American destinations as Heuer sought to increase volume in its largest market.


    Condition Report*: Type: Heuer, Kentucky Chronograph, Stainless Steel and Yellow Gold, Automatic, Ref. 750.705, Circa 1970s
    Signed: Heuer on dial, case, crown, movement, and clasp
    Model: Kentucky, Ref. 750.705
    Dial: brushed gray, with raised champagne outer tachymeter scale, applied yellow gold and black markers with luminous dots, seconds, 30-minute, and 12-hour registers, and day/date apertures
    Hands: yellow gold and black baton hour/minute hands with luminous inserts, black baton register hands, and black sword chrono hand
    Metal: stainless steel and yellow gold
    Case: #373103
    Case Info: two body, horseshoe-shaped, brushed and polished, with yellow gold bezel screws, Heuer plaque, crown, and pushers, screw-down back, and integral bracelet
    Case Width: 39 mm
    Crystal: acrylic
    Watch Movement: Heuer (Valjoux caliber 7750) automatic, 17 jewels, Swiss lever, with chronograph, quickset day/date, and hacking seconds functions, frosted rhodium finish
    Band: stainless steel bracelet, 18 links, approximately 7 3/8 inches maximum length, including watch, with pull-out clasp lock, signed Heuer on deployment clasp
    Circa: 1970s
    Condition: Excellent dial. Good case and bracelet, showing signs of daily wear. Running, with all functions working, but service is recommended.
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