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Very RARE model - It's a transitional model - First generation case with Pump pushers, second generation dial and hands.
For those who have doubts about this Transitional - try to put Pump pushers on a 2nd gen. case and/or an acrylic doomed crystal on a 1st gen.case - anyway if you do a search you still can find them and this Reference 02.0310.400 also on Rossler book at page 256 is said to be - a Serie "De Luca" I ;
Stainless steel 40mm case unpolished, acrylic doomed crystal, Original signed crown, bezel, Dial & Hands like new;
Movement El Primero Cal.400 just full serviced ;
Comes on a new black racing leather strap.
The watch is a real beauty on the wrist and movement is an El Primero no need to say more.
Try to find one like this and you will see how rare is this Transitional model with Pump pushers.
Thanks for viewing and CT for the space