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FS: Plymouth TDBK Chronograph from the 70's *LINK* *PIC*

Hi all
Up for sale a not very common TDBK chronograph from mid 70's
This Plymouth branded chronograph is powered by a TDBK 1369 automatic movement
The 1369 is a 17 jewels modular column wheel chronograph caliber which runs at 21600bph. The 1376 is a mechanical digital with a 60 minute chronograph module
With a diameter of 24.8 cm and a height of 7.6 cm, they were the smallest automatic caliber on the market, considerably smaller and thinner than the Heuer cal 11/12 and Zenith 3019 El Primero counterparts. For history remains the smallest automatic chronograph ‘till date and in the following 20 years
The PVD case measures 37mm without the crown and shows light scratches from normal use
Everything works as it should,including start, stop and reset to 0, but service history is unknown to me
Comes with a vintage rubber strap showed in the pictures
Price is 500 Euros shipped to Europe, bank wire or Paypal if the buyer covers the fees
You will find more pictures in the link attached
Thanks CT for the space

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