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Selling my Vintage Abercrombie & Fitch Co. 2444 Chronograph Valjoux 72 Manual Steel Wristwatch. I wrote up some bullet pointers about the watch!
If you have any questions about the watch just shoot me an email! Asking 3,950 USD OBO
Manufacturer: Abercrombie & Fitch Co. (Heuer)
Model Type: Chronograph
Ref #, Movement Serial #, Circa: 2444, 454XXX, Early 1960's
Case: Stainless Steel Case
Movement: Abercrombie Fitch Signed Valjoux 72 Manual Wind Movement
Case Dimensions: 36mm excluding Crown
Strap: Tan Leather Strap
Dial: A & F Signed "Made in Switzerland" Dial w/ Chronograph Function (100% Original)
Bezel: Stainless Steel Bezel
For sale from Hashtag Watch Co. is this Vintage Abercrombie & Fitch Co. Chronograph with Valjoux 72 Manual Wind Movement. The dial has aged with an incredible patina that I haven't really seen on other 2444 reference timepieces. The dial has some freckling but all the scratches you see are reflections off the crystal. As most collectors know this wristwatch shares the same reference number, components, and design as the Heuer variant. The steel case and movement are fully stamped A & F. The Valjoux 72 manual wind movement is running, keeping accurate time, and resets to 0 properly.