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I saw this Zodiac on the Internet... / Re: display box
« Last post by YuriyV on July 18, 2019, 09:25:54 AM »
It is from early 1970s. For Bakelite SW
I saw this Zodiac on the Internet... / Re: display box
« Last post by radicimo on July 17, 2019, 09:42:00 PM »
That's a seawolf box. I'm going to guess 1960s era. The later seawolf boxes had a graphic of a diver (see 202715281294 under closed auctions for an example). Overpriced. Seen the box + all tags go for $150-$200 range.
I saw this Zodiac on the Internet... / display box
« Last post by jmh86325 on July 16, 2019, 09:45:13 PM »
what year and model is this for?  :helpme

Well, it is only overpriced by like $800.
Just found this one on ebay in japan which seems to be the same in a different colour option listed as ref 523.508 which looks a bit pricey to me at 900 US dollars  :o and there appears to also be a similar one with a round rather than lozenge shaped dial but can find no more than that.

Thank you for your input

Not much to offer I'm afraid. It is a manual wind dress watch from the 70's. Probably not worth much to any collector.

I like its look too! Definitely get it serviced before wearing it.
Ask BWG! / Re: what caliber is this and,,,
« Last post by Ultra-Vintage on July 16, 2019, 12:48:29 PM »
I saw that auction listing but skipped over it and did not notice how funny the movement looks.

The movement is a Day-date AS base and does not match the case it is with as it is a later movement.  They just grouped them because they both said Zodiac.  The reason the movement looks so funny is that the rotor is only half there.  The larger, heavy weight outer portion of the rotor is gone and it is just left with the signed inner core.
Hi all
Please forgive me as i am new to the world of Zodiac. i recently bought a number of watches as a job lot because there was one amongst them that i knew my husband wanted and amongst them was this Zodiac in its original box and whilst simple i quite like its understated look so began to look into the brand and found you all  :sm3

All ive managed to find out so far is that it is from around 1970 and i believe it to have a reference of 522.508 according to a list of case numbers kindly posted by a member on another thread on here. The watch appears to work but has apparently been stored for quite some time so a service is needed. This watch was a surprise bonus  and effectively cost nothing to acquire so the cost to service i believe would be worth it as it will remain in my husbands varied watch collection but i would love to know a little more about it if possible. Thanks in advance
Ask BWG! / what caliber is this and,,,
« Last post by jmh86325 on July 15, 2019, 09:10:11 PM »
 is this rotor correct...never saw one that small


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