Auction Ended:

Wednesday, 02 February, 2022 - 18:10

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Four classic stopwatches

Classic Heuer, Breitling and Omega stopwatches perfect for classic and vintage regularity rallies. The Heuer Super Film-Master was designed in 1963 by Jack Heuer and measured film sequences in 16mm and 35mm. The slightly more robust Heuer sports the code MIL-S-1483, which indicates its military usage development, and is likely from 1980. The Breitling, although more modern-looking, is from 1969 and the Sprint came from its athletic use - the string for runners to hang the watch around their necks. The Omega has some patina and is of the 1970s era.

Items must be collected in Johannesburg or couriered at buyer's cost.

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  • A buyer's premium of 10% which includes VAT for Parts & Collectibles applies.
  • The minimum buyer's premium is R500 incl. VAT for Parts and Collectibles (eg. if R1 000 is bid, buyer's premium = R500 and total cost = R1 500).
  • Classic Car Africa aims to present each lot as accurately as possible but it is the responsibility of the bidders to be 100% satisfied with the condition of the lot before placing a bid.
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Reference: LOT-000162
Seller: Private
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Bidding Information - Four classic stopwatches

Estimated Price Range:

R 4,000.00 - R 6,000.00

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Start Date:

Wednesday, 26 January, 2022 - 08:00

End Date:

Wednesday, 02 February, 2022 - 18:10


7 months ago

4000. Interested

Hi, the watches first go on auction and then if not sold can be bought as normal stock item. Should this be the case we first engage with the top bidders to see if we can complete a sale. So the best is to register as a buyer and bid online when the lot opens. - Stuart CCA 7 months ago

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6 months, 3 weeks ago

Hi trying to bid but not working

Hi, bidding opens tomorrow, 26 Jan at 8h00 - Stuart CCA 6 months, 3 weeks ago

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6 months, 2 weeks ago

Ok so how many times are you going to extend the cut off time now???

Hi Wynand, the extensions are automated and common to many online auctions and stated in the website terms and conditions "i. “Extended Cut off time” Refers to the instance when a bid is made in the last 120 seconds (two minutes) of the auction, the auction time is extended by a further 120 seconds" - Stuart CCA 6 months, 2 weeks ago

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