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FS: Rare Difor vintage chronograph

Extremely rare Difor worldtimer from 60’s.
Use this watch to see the time in other countries.

The watch case, 37mm, was never polished.

The plexiglass crystal is in very good cosmetically condition and was polished in 2017 december. Its light domed.

The +3 lost a part of it.
At 9 o´clock is also a light paint defect.

The hands were in original condition with no relumage.
The indices are silver color with a light patina.
The bezel paint is also original. The name of the cities colors light lost, because its old painting, but you can see them good.

The Landeron 149 movement - hand winding - works flawlessly in all functions.
The pushers are in great condition.

Baylor produced a watch identical in every respect.

I ask 600€, negotiable price, only bank transfer.
The watch is located in France.

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