A 1973 white gold, hand-beaten Florentine work on the bezel, teardrop lugs, linen dial, ultra-thin (7.3mm) automatic, JLC-derived calibre 1121 (as used in the original Nautilus, Royal Oak and 222). It has a number of bespoke elements that mark it out as either a unique piece or certainly one of a very limited run. The hand beaten bezel makes it one off in any event. The linen dial is pretty rare too. Keeping good time, although I'm going let VC give it the once over so it's good for another few years.
Mainly vintage obsessed, prefer off the beaten path, VC, Breguet, Piaget, JLC, Zenith, Longines, Omega, Smiths. Far too many dress watches. But of course a G-Shock is god tier and always will be.
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