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    IWC Ref. 3402 Edison Electronic
    Case: 42 mm, polished stainless steel, solid back
    Dial: black, day and date apertures, inclined minute ring with steel baton hour indexes
    Movement: caliber 160, 12 jewels, electronic, 300Hz

    Condition Report*: Type: IWC Ref. 3402 Edison Electronic
    Model: 2.060.574
    Dial: black, inclined minute track
    Hands; luminous steel batons
    Metal: stainless steel
    Case Info: massive, two body, solid back
    Case Width: 42 mm
    Crystal: mineral glass
    Watch Movement: caliber 160, 12 jewels, electronic, 300Hz
    Band: leather, original buckle with tag
    Circa: 1970's
    Condition: dial is good but at an angle a oil "rainbow" pattern is visible, case very good, non-running, rubber gasket has broken down to goop
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    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    May, 2015
    21st Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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