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FS: Heuer Master Time, for Abercrombie & Fitch

For sale a stunning and ultra rare Heuer Master Time 8 days (Abercrombie & Fitch) from the late 1950s in outstanding conditions, with the dial, hands and tritium of the index beautifully aged. It is a dashboard clock mounted on a plate through which it could be mounted on the dashboard of racing cars and in the cockpits of airplanes. It belongs to the Super Autavia, Monte Carlo, Sebring, etc. series...The movement is a pristigious Ed Heuer & Co. 15 jewels double barrel caliber, derived from the Revue Thommen Cal. 63, and it has a power reserve of 8 days...! The dash-clock was serviced 3 years ago and keeps accurate time, also the power reserve is full, every single component is original, including the glass. Wonderful dash-clock for a vintage Ferrari, Porsche or Jaguar, but also suitable and gorgeous as an ornament, hung on the wall, or on a prestigious desk...!

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