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    Vintage Doxa?

    Hi any advice on the collectible vintage Doxa to look out for.

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    Re: Vintage Doxa?

    Quote Originally Posted by Yakuzaben View Post
    Hi any advice on the collectible vintage Doxa to look out for.
    300T obviously.

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    Re: Vintage Doxa?

    Better 300 (without the T) or a Conquistador

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    Re: Vintage Doxa?

    Quote Originally Posted by cuthbert View Post
    300T obviously.
    Any advice on what makes one 300t better than another?

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    Re: Vintage Doxa?

    I look for the vintage ones to come on their beads of rice bracelets. They look best to me that way and complete the experience. I skip the vintage Doxas that don't have the bracelet. Just my opinion.


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    Re: Vintage Doxa?

    Quote Originally Posted by TimmyBoston View Post
    Any advice on what makes one 300t better than another?

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    Conditions mostly, and originality.

    As spin pointed out the original BOR is also important.

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    Re: Vintage Doxa?

    In most cases, the vintage orange Doxa Professional and some of its variations are the more desirable and sought-after (ymmv) and there are some variations on the Sharkhunter and Searambler that make them of interest to Doxa collectors. Again in most cases, some mechanical attention may be needed for the movement of most of the vintage Doxas for sale. A sympathetic restoration with new lume and service - no polishing of case or bezel, but a refresh of the marker paint is a great way to keep that vintage look. Parts for the vintage models are virtually non-existent. Be sure to post photos if you score one.

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