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The case is well sized, measuring 35mm x 34mm, with a lug-to-lug measurement of 40mm. The front of the case appears to be chrome plated and is in excellent original condition. It has some very light and small marks but overall, it is near NOS condition. It is a classic 1970s “C” shaped case design.

 

The case back is screw back and is formed of Stainless Steel and is in excellent condition. It has a polished outer section, with a brushed finish on the main face of it. The case is signed “Automatic, Swiss made, Stainless Steel” with the reference “666”.

 

The dial is the main selling point of this watch with its magnificent finish. The dial has a silver tone finish which is frosted, changing tone in the light. It resembles the sea, and the way light reflects from moving waves. This is a very beautiful finish which is in perfect condition too.

The hour markers are also very well designed with a silver base tone on the baton markers, with a light blue painted finish to the ends. This combined with the light blue central second hand, makes this watch stand out.

There are lume plots on each hour marker, which are in good condition. The dial is signed “Excalibur” at 12 O’clock, with “Automatic 25 Rubis” above 6 O’clock. Below this it is also signed T Swiss Made T, indicating Tritium lume. The date window sits at 3 O’clock.

 

The hands are original baton style, Stainless steel. They are in perfect condition with clean and even tone lume in-fill. The central second hand is original and is in perfect condition. It is a light blue tone which ties in well with the baton colour.

 

The watch is on a new 18mm genuine leather strap. The strap is black, with a Stainless-Steel buckle.

 

The movement is an AS 2063 which is a 25-jewel automatic movement, with shock protection and hacking seconds. It has a date function which has quick set.

 

The service history is unknown, but the movement is in good condition cosmetically and is keeping acceptable time. It has a daily loss of -80 seconds a day, with an amplitude of 240 degrees and a beat error of 0.3 m/s.

 

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Dial:

The dial is the main selling point of this watch with its magnificent finish. The dial has a silver tone finish which is frosted, changing tone in the light. It resembles the sea and the way light reflects from moving waves. This is a very beautiful finish which is in perfect condition too.

The hour markers are also very well designed with a silver base tone on the baton markers, with a light blue painted finish to the ends. This combined with the light blue central second hand, makes this watch stand out.

There are lume plots on each hour marker, which are in good condition. The dial is signed “Excalibur” at 12 O’clock, with “Automatic 25 Rubis” above 6 O’clock. Below this it is also signed T Swiss Made T, indicating Tritium lume.

 

Date window:

The date window is faceted with black paint around the exterior. It falls away to the white date indicator, with black Arabic numerals for the date.

 

Hands:

The hands are original baton style, Stainless steel. They are in perfect condition with clean and even tone lume in-fill. The central second hand is original and is in perfect condition. It is a light blue tone.

 

Glass:

The crystal is original and is in very good condition with no marking.

 

Crown:

The crown is original and is in excellent condition. It has a neat coin edge finish.

 

Case:

The front of the case appears to be chrome plated and is in excellent original condition. It has some very light and small marks but overall, it is near NOS condition. It is a classic 1970s “C” shaped case design.

 

Caseback:

The case back is screw back and is formed of Stainless Steel. It has a polished outer section, with a brushed finish on the main face of it. The case is signed “Automatic, Swiss made, Stainless Steel” with the reference “666”. It is in very good condition but does have some light surface scratching associated with opening attempts.

 

Strap:

The watch is on a new 18mm genuine leather strap. The strap is black, with a Stainless-Steel buckle.

 

Movement:

The movement is an AS 2063 which is a 25-jewel automatic movement, with shock protection and hacking seconds. It has a date function which has quick set.

It is a classic and dependable movement used in many good quality Swiss made watches during the 70s. This is the highest-grade movement with the jewel count of 25.

 

The service history is unknown, but the movement is in good condition cosmetically and is keeping acceptable time. It has a daily loss of -80 seconds a day, with an amplitude of 240 degrees and a beat error of 0.3 m/s.

 

Case dimensions:

Case width: 35mm

Case width with crown: 37mm

Case length: 34mm

Case length lug to lug: 40mm

Case Depth: 11mm

Lug width: 18mm

1970s Near NOS Excalibur Automatic watch, 25 jewel AS 2063, C shaped, turquoise

£350.00Price
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