Girard Perregaux represents some of the best value in the vintage market today. This early 1970’s Gyromatic High Frequency featured a 36,000 vibrations per hour balance system, which was at the time twice the approximate rate of most others. Features a Spanish day of the week disk and traditional date of the month disk, accompanied by a beautiful tapestry style dial and ghost faded outer bezel. Watch comes with replacement NOS model and period correct signed GP crown attached to the robust super compressor style case, complete with “super antimagnetic” faraday cage protection over the movement.
• 40mm stainless steel case excluding crown
• GP Cal 440-288 17 jewel automatic day date movement
• Antimagnetic Caseback
• Brushed Steel Case
• Tapestry Style Dial
• Observatory Logo marked dial
• 22mm lug Width with Colareb grey minimal stitch strap