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FS: Rare Girard Perregaux Olimpico 9075 AF From 1968

Hi everyone,

Here is for sale a rare Girard Perregaux Olimpico 9075 AF from 1968.
A Rare bird here as it seems that around only 620 models were made.
The watch is fully original and in really good shape. The dial has a quite special Metallic bronze patina whereas the bezel turned into cappuccino patina. The result speak for itself has I would say that it give it a certain Modjo ;)
It comes with it’s original and not relumed hands which slightly glows in the dark.
The case is sharp and has never been polished. It just shows the usual wearing signs as It should for a 50 years old watch. Original pushers and unsigned crown as well.
The caliber excelsior Park 40-68 has been serviced a year and a half ago and works fine in every function.
It comes on a leather band.
Some pics:

Due to the rarity and it’s patina this GP is for sale at 9500€. Of course I can provide some references if needed.



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