Help ID a vintage DOXA

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    Help ID a vintage DOXA

    A friend of mine sent me this picture. I am not a DOXA expert. Which model is this? Is this a collect-worthy item?


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    Re: Help ID a vintage DOXA

    Quote Originally Posted by otheme View Post
    A friend of mine sent me this picture. I am not a DOXA expert. Which model is this? Is this a collect-worthy item?
    While Doxa is not generally considered a collectable watch by some, they produced some real winners now and then. If that watch is a real 24 hour watch, it's definitely collectable, and even if it isn't that dial is definitely a blue ribbon winner.

    I vote collectable!

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    Re: Help ID a vintage DOXA

    Thanks Somewhere Else.

    I found more pics on the web.

    Any idea about the movement?

    TIA






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    Re: Help ID a vintage DOXA

    Quote Originally Posted by otheme View Post
    Thanks Somewhere Else.

    I found more pics on the web.

    Any idea about the movement?

    TIA
    Obviously a Standard (FHF) Cal. ST 974:

    http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-...k&Standard_974

    ...as shown by the "ST" and the "974" under the balance wheel.

    Hartmut Richter

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    Thanks Hartmut Richter -- I guess the movement is not very exciting then. The only reason for getting this watch is for the case.

    Looks like a 250 Euro price tag is hardly justifiable?

    http://en.relojesexclusivos.com/cata...rima-incabloc/

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    Re: Help ID a vintage DOXA

    It looks to be in immaculate condition. IMO the price is good, you get a nice clean movement, and the rest is mint looking.
    I see it this way: A brand new Vintage watch!
    Be aware of the size, as it is much smaller than todays watches

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    Re: Help ID a vintage DOXA

    I'm with Janne. Well worth the price. I like it!

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