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I'm selling my Zenith Defy (1970s) with the fume / khaki dial. All original, including the bracelet and additional links.
Dial and hands: Nice patinated dial.
Case: 37mm, sharp edges. Some surface scratches.
Bracelet: Original Gay Freres. This watch also comes with the original ZC endlinks which are usually found for $150-$200 on their own. The bracelet is also marked 1-69. The bracelet fastens weakly; but the second clasp does lock properly, securing the watch. I'm sure this is an easy adjustment, but since the second clasp keeps it in place, I never bothered having it adjusted.
Movement: Service history unknown but I've owned it for over 15 months and it's been working properly.
I'm asking for USD 1,200 (with Fedex international priority included, net of Paypal fees). Returns only possible if watch does not fit the description. References available upon request.
Here are pics (credit goes to the seller I got it from, which I feel took nice shots):