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A rare steel Girard-Perregaux Deep Diver 8867 in even rarer near mint condition with original signed steel bracelet. GP has never been considered a mass producer of watches, but production of the 8867 was limited even by their standards. The total count of its brief debut in the 1960’s was 1,400, making the 8867 more scarce than the original JLC Polaris.
The original case finish has been beautifully preserved in near mint unpolished stainless steel measuring 39mm excluding original unsigned crown. The original acrylic bezel is near mint as is the factory original black dial with creamy original lume and art deco stylized markers. Minor scratches present on original crystal. Unpolished case back bears inscription “Wm McFarland”.
Original Girard-Perregaux Gyromatic movement, 17 jewels, serial number 328568. Movement has been freshly serviced, is running well and keeping time.
|MODEL||DEEP DIVER 8867|
|MOVEMENT||GYROMATIC, 17 JEWELS|
|CASE MATERIAL||STAINLESS STEEL|
|BRACELET||SIGNED ORIGINAL STEEL|
|FUNCTIONS||HOURS, MINUTES, CENTER SECONDS, DATE|
|FEATURES||TOTAL PRODUCTION OF 1,400|
*Due to the sensitive nature of vintage watches, this watch should be treated as though not water resistant, even if marked as being so.
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Each Stetz & Co. timepiece includes a 7 day inspection period during which the watch can be returned for any reason. In addition all watches include a 30 day warranty.
DEEP DIVER 8867
GYROMATIC, 17 JEWELS
SIGNED ORIGINAL STEEL
HOURS, MINUTES, CENTER SECONDS, DATE
TOTAL PRODUCTION OF 1,200