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That's a pretty sweet watch and exceedingly rare.  In the U.S. catalog that watch listed for $2,750.  When adjusted for inflation would be approx. $13,600.00.  I think that's the most expensive men's watch in the catalog.
This model doesn't match the '75 catalog exactly.  The catalog item appears to have the same dial but the bracelet is a bit wider on duke's watch where it meets the case.  The '77 catalog has a Goldenline that looks to possibly have the same bracelet and case but different hour markers.  The catalog one only shows baton markers for the hours.  Curiously I have seen Goldenlines with those faceted markers, like on Duke's, but those typically had the additional chapter ring. 
Maybe it's a '76?  Definitely from the right era. 

I've seen this type of bracelet before and have always been curious how it gets sized.
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Thank you, by any chance do they state a price of it at that time? any other description or model name?

thank you

JN
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It is in the 1975 catalog on the other site but does not offer much more info on it.
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Thank you for your helpful reply, it is much appreciated. Would you have any brochures (vintage ones of course) which would feature this watch in it? I have been looking for years for information!

Kind regards
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It is a dress watch from the 1970s. 750 CH is a gold hallmark that means it is 18K watch. The band is probably as well but should have it's own markings. Nice watch.
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Received this watch back in 2012 via inheritance, relative lived in Austria, he bought this watch in Switzerland in either the 60s or 70s.
I would love to know if someone know anymore information on this watch, if they have ever seen another one etc!
Solid gold caseback, automatic winding movement, date function, gold mesh bracelet.

Markings on the caseback: water-shock resistant, automatic-antimagnetic, 725-385, Swiss made 750 CH.
Theres a few more numbers on the caseback but believe it or not the watch has been worn so much the numbers are worn down! Unable to read unless I had a very good magnifying glass.

I got an appraisal and full servicing years ago due to the gold content and sentimental value.

Any input appreciated
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General Zodiac Discussion / Re: 1pm-2pm Maintenance for website network
« Last post by Ultra-Vintage on May 01, 2020, 12:01:29 PM »
Seems fast to me, but then again, the hamsters running in the wheel to drive our internet speeds out here might just be extra energetic today...
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General Zodiac Discussion / Re: Greetings
« Last post by ScottB on April 30, 2020, 09:17:59 PM »
A VERY fine start sir, welcome aboard!

               :welc


Thank you, sir!
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General Zodiac Discussion / Re: Greetings
« Last post by ScottB on April 30, 2020, 09:17:01 PM »
Hello and welcome,
nice collection you got going there.
I have the same model Olympos.  One of my favs.  Looks like you set them all to the same time but for the seconds.  Next time hack 'em :P
Just kidding.

Never even dawned on me to synch the seconds!
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General Zodiac Discussion / Re: 1pm-2pm Maintenance for website network
« Last post by Butch on April 30, 2020, 05:50:20 PM »
He's asking if you think I am smoking crack again.
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