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FS: Dacor (Marc Nicolet) skindiver watch

This watch bears the name of the famous brand of diving equipment which, in the 1960s, marketed a few rare examples of the already rare Marc Nicolet Superior under this label, as well as other models (Titus Calypsomatic and others). Its appearance (34 mm diameter case excluding crown) is very similar to that of the Waltham Skindivers, themselves heirs of the Blancpain Bathyscaphe. The large index dial and broad arrow hands give it a great personality. This watch is powered by a classic ETA 2472 movement.
The watch is in overall very good conditions. Hands have been obviously relumed. The service history is unknown but it runs without issue.

I expect 700 € (+ shipping out of EU).
Many references if needed.
Thanks for reading :)

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