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Up for sale, Enicar Sherpa Aquagraph Diver Chronograph Valjoux 72 big 40.5 mm Steel, this one is equipped with the Valjoux 72 movement. Recently overhauled and it runs perfect. Watch keeps good time and all chrono functions work properly. The case measures 40.5 mm without crown and is in very good vintage condition. The outer bezel rings operate as they should and can be rotated in two directions. Outer black anodized bezel is somewhat worn around the outside edge. Inner red anodized pointer is excellent.
The crystal is excellent as well. The black dial is 100% original and untouched. Appears to be in great condition. The baton hands are also in very good condition.
The red pointer makes a nice eyecatcher on this Darth Vader watch. Comes on brand new 20 mm French Special Plongee tropical rubber strap.
Signed Enicar, Aqua, Graph, Sherpa model, case no. 706819, circa late 1960’s
DIAL: black matte, baton numerals, luminous accents, luminous hands, three subsidiary engine turned dials for constant seconds, 30 minute and 12 hour register
MOVEMENT: manual, cal. Valjoux 72, 17 jewels
CASE: stainless steel, screw down back, faceted down-turned lugs, two chronograph pushers, 40.5 mm. diam.
SIGNED: case, dial and movement