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FS: Vintage Certina DS-2 PH200M and more!

Hello folks!

I have four superb vintage wristwatches that i would like to sell.

Doxa military style watch in NOS condition
- Year: circa 1940s
-34x40mm stainless steel case in excellent unpolished condition with well defined drilled lugs. The original caseback bears the serial number.
- Charming and clean silver sector dial bearing the brand name and the denominations "waterproof" shock resistant" and "antimagnetic" with beautiful military style arabic numbers and guilloché seconds subdial.
- beautifully aged hands in mint condition.
- Chunky original crown.
- Unblemished arylic cristal in mint condition.
- movement featuring a small seconds register that runs flawlessly and keeps perfect time.
- Vintage 18mm tropic rubber strap.
- No box nor papers.





Certina DS-2 PH200M ref. 5801-303 professional diver's watch

- Year: anywhere between 1969 to 1975.
- 40x43.5x13mm stainless steel case in excellent unpolished condition with the original turtle caseback.
- Original blue dial with applied indices in excellent condition.
- non original crown and fixed bezel.
- Original domed acrylic crystal
- The movement is the Certina 25-651 automatic inhouse movement. A robust and reliable workhorse that operates smoothly and keeps excellent time, displaying a date window at 3 o'clock.
- Original Certina stainless steel diver bracelet with microadjustment option and clasp.
- No box nor papers.





Eterna-Matic Birks challenger
- Year:1954
- 34x40mm stainless steel case with original caseback bearing a serial number and beautiful drilled lugs.
- Uniformely aged cream dial in excellent condition with crisp text and equally aged lance hands. The dial might need some cleaning for aesthetic reasons.
- Original crown bearing the brand's logo.
- Domed acrylic crystal in perfect condition.
- Beautiful Eterna 1412U breveté movement that has been cleaned and runs flawlessly.
- After market 18mm leather strap and buckle.
- No box nor papers.
The watch is retailed by Birk's shops, also referred to as Canada's Tiffanys. The watch is somewhat scarce and hard to come by, especially in this condition.





Universal Geneve calatrava ref 21219

- Year: between 1938 and 1941.
- 35x40 stainless steel three piece case in good condition. The original snap off caseback displays the reference of the watch and its serial number. on the other side, it shows The UG logo and "enversteel" denomination.
- Sublime copper dial showing some spots and wear bearing the brand's name and beautiful roman numerals at the quarters.
- Original Blued steel thin hands. ( seconds hand has been replaced )
- The crown looks like it has been changed but works perfectly fine.
- Original acrylic crystal showing minimal scratches.
- The movement is the manual wound cal. 262 that looks clean and has been lubricated recently. works and keeps accurate time. I should point out that when the watch is almost fully wound some cracking sound occurs it doesn't interfere with winding or timekeeping but i thought you should know about it.
- Aftermarket 20mm leather strap.
- No box nor papers.




I'll provide further details upon request. Kindly contact me at oussmastouri@gmail.com
Thank you for reading.

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