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Paul Garnier - rare worldtimer from the 60’s.
Gold plated case, 35 mm excluding crown. The case is in good condition - there are some hairlines but there is no wear of the plating. Acrylic crystal in good condition.
Silver-/champagne dial with 24 cities/timezones, black central rotating disc with 24 hour markers in white and yellow.
Movement - manual Durowe 391-1, 17 jewels. The watch is working fine and keeping reasonable time (within approx 30 seconds). The hour hand makes one turn in 12 hours, the black disc rotates one turn in 24 hours. The world time disc is synchronized with central european time as local time (Berlin on the dial), this caliber does not allow the disc to be adjusted individually from the hands.
The strap in the photos is included but it is used and should probably be replaced.
Price 475 Euro. The watch is in Sweden, worldwide shipping possible. Plenty of references from OTD/Chronotrader available.