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Old 16 November 2019, 04:09 PM   #1
kip595
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Thoughts on vintage Girard Perregaux Gyromatic?

Found this little guy buried at the back of a case in a local antique shop today. Anyone familiar with these currently? I know the basic history of the Gyromatics, but G-P's have never been my area and I'm still new to older pieces such as this in general, so authenticity and the market still holds a learning curve for me.

Seller would only allow one pic, sorry. :( On the bright side, a few minutes of test seemed to have the movement working spot on. Good to see, though in no way remotely definitive.
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