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Time for some Spring cleaning so first on the chopping block is a lovely 1553N Carrera I purchased from Bernard DeVos last year. I've worn the watch sparingly in that time (mostly because my focus is in military issued watches). After re-evaluating my purchases, I think it's time to let this and one other watch go.
This one has a Heuer crown, and a flawless blue dial (which is really pretty). I tried to take pictures of the dial in different lighting conditions to show it. I did not edit the images whatsoever (i.e. brightness/contrast/saturation are what I took, no post-editing).
The chrono function works perfectly; I haven't timed out the watch but I wore it every day the past week and saw no issues with its timekeeping.
It'll come on the replica black corfam strap as pictured.
The only blemish I see is on the case above the top pusher. I'm not sure what that is, maybe someone previously dropped it or dinged it against a weird surface. Just FYI in case you miss it. I don't notice it when wearing the watch unless I'm really looking for it. Besides that and general wear on the caseback, I don't see anything wrong to report.
If you have any questions, or need any other information/pictures/video, please don't hesitate to ask. As I'm selling to consolidate my collection, the sale will be final.
My price is $3,500 USD including FedEx overnight shipping within the US. International is fine but we'll have to discuss the shipping since I haven't done it before. Another example sold at WoK today for around $4,000 all in with fees. I believe mine's better, so I think the price is reasonable, but am open to offers.
I prefer a cash deal, but could be interested in a trade involving a Doxa, Enicar, Seiko, or Vintage Smiths with cash on either side as needed.
I'm near the Washington, D.C. area so if you're around here, face to face is fine. I have plenty of references here, on MWR, and CT as "shishy" and can be found in Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/a.shishy/
Here are some pictures!
Gallery link, or see below: https://imgur.com/a/ju1FbIw