12 May 2008
Enicar. A large and unusual stainless steel self-winding water-resistant world time wristwatch with sweep centre seconds and date
Signed Enicar, Automatic, Sherpa Guide, ref. 2342, case nos. 1069444,
314962, circa 1960
Cal. 1146 copper-finished lever movement, 24 jewels, the black dial with applied baton numerals with luminous accents, luminous hands, sweep centre seconds, central black and red hand for the second time zone, outer revolving ring depicting the diurnal and nocturnal hours on black and yellow background, window for date, the circular water-resistant-type-case with revolving black bezel with the names of various locations in the world, indicated by a revolving red pointer, downturned facetted lugs, screw back centred by a logo depicting an oyster and a pearl and the engraved inscription Sherpa 600, second crown for the second time zone in the band, stainless steel Enicar buckle, case, dial and movement signed
43 mm. diam.
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