The Seamasters was launched in 1948 and have achieved worldwide fame for their rugged reliability. The Seamaster family had its origins in the watches supplied to the British Airforce during the second world war. In 1954, 50 cases equipped with O-ring gaskets were submitted to a succession of extremely severe tests, both in the factory and at the Swiss Laboratory for Watchmaking Research. Each case perfectly resisted pressures of 6 kg/cm2 (corresponding to a depth of 60 metres) and temperatures from -40 C to +50 C, all without showing any trace of water infiltration or humidity.
Object nr: 64
Model: Seamaster (honeycomb dial)
Reference: C 2577-6 SC
Movement: Bumper cal. 354
Original crown: Yes
Dimensions:34mm, without crown,
Strap/Bracelet:No name "Beds of Rice"-bracelet
Lug Width: 18mm
The watch have a nice stainless steel case with intact bevels and chamfers. The "Seamaster" at the backcase is incredible well preserved. The dial is a rare two tone honeycomb/waffle dial with stunning character. It has signs from aging as you can see in the pictures. The bracelet is a no name BoR-bracelet that fits the watch well and is in a good condition despite the age.
The watch is sold "as it is!"
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