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Listed are four original Heuer items:
1. Heuer GF single grain bracelet, with HLF end-links, dated 3/71, full size.
2. Rare Heuer brick bracelet, good condition, never refurbished, 19 links in total, correct unsigned end-links, full length, no clasp.
3. Early Heuer oblong box, a tear to the red paper displaying the Heuer logo on the outside, both hinges working, gold metal rim, red corduroy, and mounts in good condition. A metal box for the Carrera and Autavia models, outside covered in red paper, displaying the Heuer logo in gold in the center,
the lid is lined with cream-coloured velvet paper, embossed with the Heuer logo in gold, and the word SWITZERLAND.
4. Oblong Heuer carton box, good condition, the upper half depicts the engraved silver-black Autavia reference 1163 MH with Guy Freres steel band on a red background, stamped inside 3.MAR.1971. The Heuer logo can be found in the lower third of the box, printed white on red. The lower half is black,
and the inlay with the pocket is white.
Photos are available.