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Heuer Carrera 1964 Re-edition CS3111

Heuer Carrera Re-edition CS3111
Heuer Carrera 1964 Re-edition CS3111

SOLD
This Heuer Carrera belongs to a customer of ours who has given us authority to sell it on his behalf. It is one of a limited edition of Carreras that Tag Heuer produced with Heuer branding, re-invoking the era of classic chronographs of the 1960s.
The watch was serviced by ourselves in January 2019 and has been worn for a short amount of time before the owner decided to reduce his collection and move the watch on. The two year guarantee from our service is transferable to the new owner - full details below.  
The movement is a high grade Lemania 1873 chronograph and is in perfect working order. Details of the movement performance testing can also be found below. The bridges are engaved "Heuer" and "swiss eighteen jewels". The movement is also engraved with an indivual movement number.
The case is all stainless steel and the crystal is a shatter-resistant plexiglass. The case is in very good condition, with only very minor scratches sustained during careful wear of the watch. As an option a purchaser may decide to have the case refurbished and resealed with a new plexiglass. The watch is fitted with an original signed Heuer buckle and leather strap.
The watch is also supplied with the original zipped leather case which is in excellent condition. The leather case is contained in the Tag Heuer Classics box along with the sales guarantee and instruction manuals from the original purchase.

The watch dimensions are:

Width including crown:                     38.10mm
Width not including crown:               35.00mm
Total thichness :                                13.20mm (including domed plexiglass)
Total length:                                      44.3mm (from the tip of one lug to another)
With between lugs:                            18.00mm

For further details of this watch sale please click on the photographs below.

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