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FS: Richard “Nautilus” compressor 6167 with bakelite bezel

Unique opportunity to purchase an extremely rare RICHARD compressor from April 1959.
This is a very rare diving watch by the Swiss manufacturer Richard. The first generation model!
The timepiece shares the epsa case and the overall look&feel of the iconic Longines Nautilus watch, which is exceptionally large for the time (39.6mm) and the bakelite bezel is identical.

Connoisseurs know what it's about here!

IMG - Dimensions V2
LHC: 39.6mm. LCC: 43.2mm. LHT: 49mm. EC: 20mm. EHT: 14.2mm.

In addition to the generous dimensions, the watch is distinguished by a saucer-shaped case from which four thick chamfered lugs depart, as with the Enicar Sherpa.

The watch also has the original non-screwable compressor crown

In terms of interior, this beautiful and rare diver has the caliber AS 1580 from A. Schild. The caliber lifts to 18000 ah

We mounted a rare original whale leather strap!!

The timepiece is in exceptionally good condition, very nice dial and original bezel, which has been damaged or replaced very often, which is not the case here.
The interior has been serviced

Shipping with tracking and insurance











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