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|891: Gents Eppo Automatic Ball-Bearing, ca. 1970 n.o.s.|
Case: Waterresistant, Antimagnetic, Stainless Steel Back - gold plated, plastic crystal, steel back screwed with ring nut, D=34.5mm
Dial: Eppo Automatic, Ball-Bearing - silvered, golden glazed, raised markers with red inlays, luminous dots
Movement: Otero 79, Germany, Patented, Unadjusted, 25 Jewels + Ball-Bearing - calibre Otero 79K, 25 jewels, ball-bearing rotor, excenter winding mechanism, Incabloc
Condition: 0-1, never worn, minor signs of storage
Yes if you like. The watch brand Eppo and the movemet brand Otero belong to the firm Otto Epple, Epple & Co. Thus followng today's marketing blah-blah this watch is a "manufacture" product. Back then people didn't mind; they didn't pay for the birth place of a screw, but for quality - e.g, the for Otero uncommon ball bearing.
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Sold in Auction
High bid EUR 95.00 (~US$ 111.60)
Reserve EUR 95.00 (~US$ 111.60)
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The watch presented here is not for sale. It was offered or sold as mentioned above a longer time ago. This archive is just a market overview and price guide, e.g. for evaluation of comparable watches. Moreover, images and descriptions can help for dating and checking the authenticity of watches.
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