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Hi guys,
I am selling this dial that came with an Heuer Autavia 1163 pre_viceroy with cal.11-i.
Of course it will fit an 1163V.

As can been seen in my high-resolution pictures the red stripes from the hour indices ( mainly on the right side ) have faded.
Pretty strange since the watch didn't get any water in the movement.
In fact the movement was super clean and working perfectly. I just changed this dial by a NOS dial.
Was this the result of a very humid environment? I really don't know.

I know the dial looks pretty bad in my pictures.
In real it wasn't that bad at all and even not that easy to see.
But ok I changed it because I know what high-resolution pictures do. They make a watch look much worse than in real.

Good thing is that dial has pretty white subdials.
It also has all the original tritium. I can guarantee that.
The little white spots you see is just some lume dust. So apart for the faded red stripes on the right side this dial is still pretty good.

Ok, pricing this dial is not easy. Not many references. So in case you find my asking price too high, feel free to make me a lower offer.
The first to pay the asking price though gets the dial.

Asking price: 385 euros ( I include a non insured shipping with tracking number )

Best regards,

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