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Trafalgar Swiss quartz

on Mon Oct 17 2016, 13:11
Trafalgar Swiss Quartz, approx 1978 running a BF 888 4 jewel movement, slate grey metallic dial, NOS in its original box and running perfectly

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Re: Trafalgar Swiss quartz

on Mon Oct 17 2016, 14:37
helpful monkey certainly seems impressed Very Happy

Smart looking watch just not a huge lover of that style of casing Shocked

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Re: Trafalgar Swiss quartz

on Mon Oct 17 2016, 16:08
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:helpful monkey certainly seems impressed Very Happy  

Smart looking watch just not a huge lover of that style of casing Shocked


agreed, its very much the style of its time i think though and as its about 38 years old it can be forgiven Razz
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