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FSOT: Certina DS-3 PH200M NOS *PIC*

Certina DS3 PH 200M diver watch ref 919 1402 41 automatic.

The reference number of the back of the case is 750 1402 41, which is the number of the 200m Quartz Version, but is identical to those used for the 919 1402 41
Crystal and bezel are in perfect condition, the case shows some signs of bad storage. Watch was never polished!
The original DS-3 dial was professionally renewed and modern Super LumiNova was applied instead of (not available) Tritium.
The hands look great.
Original Certina rubber(?) band.

A beautiful watch. The Certina 919-1 movement is clean and runs well. Watertightness can not be guaranteed. Seals look fine but some are 40+ years old.

I do trade and am happy to end auction early if you have the right poece for me to trade. Looking for Certina CHRONLOYMPIC watches, movements and dials.

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