Won't be cheap my friend....unless you get lucky, altho that depends on what you see as 'cheap'??? They can be £300 - £500 depending where you look??
These date from late 60's, early 70's and have the Lemania 1341 mov't, and what defines this model is the unusual strap, which kinda looks like armour plating, hence the name!!
I've got two with a different case and strap....here's my fave
The Lemania 1341 movement is a cam lever 1/8 second integrated automatic chronograph. The center seconds and minute register layout is a defining attribute, just like on the later developed Lemania 5100. Here is an excellent write up on the movement.
I managed to buy this for $450 after Bing Cashback and Ebay Buck discounts. Deals like this are why I never buy new watches and focus on collecting vintage watches.
i have a nice seastar visodate t12 automatic gold with gold wrist
could any one tell me more about this vintage wath
I am a collector of Omega watches but this one i could not resist.
Sorry, wrong place, please delete my post. Tks.
Last edited by lvt; January 4th, 2010 at 18:12.
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