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Here's a really beautiful and large vintage supercompressor dive watch from the 60s. This one is all original, including crystal, twin crosshatched crowns, and lume. With big fat broad arrow hands like the 1957 Speedmaster, the look really delivers. It looks to be unpolished.
This is a similar huge 42mm EPSA case shared with a number of other top brands: Universal Geneve Polerouter Sub, Richard Aquamax, Damas Marinograf, Exactus Aquamax, Lecoultre Polaris, Clebar, Aureole, and Leonidas Super Compressors.
You will notice that the crystal has some crazing at 12' O'Clock where the radium lume has burned the original crystal. There are a few scratches on the case back from opening. I have had it fully serviced about 5 years ago. It keeps time well, but will sometimes need a little wind to get started, and has a relatively lower power reserve.
Band is not included
I have references on ChronoTrader, WatchUSeek, TimeZone and eBay. Los Angeles Based.
I offer a three day inspection period: once you receive the watch, you have three days to check it out, enjoy it. You can contact me at any time in those three days and return it--for any reason--in the same way that it was shipped to you. I'll inspect it on receipt and if everything's the same as when I sent it, you'll get an immediate refund minus any shipping costs or payment fees I incurred.