Unisex Movado Dual Time Ref# 418 in gold plate circa 1960's. On non-original reptile strap with tang buckle. A bark texture polygonal case with a smooth rectangle around the acrylic crystal. Case dimensions are 34mm x 25mm. Manual wind movement on dual Movado movements. Champagne dial with applied black stick markers. An interesting piece in excellent condition.
|Reference #:||Dual Time 418|
|Case Material:||Gold Plated|
|Bracelet Strap:||Non-Original Reptile|
|Case back:||Solid Snap Back|
|Case Diameter:||34mm x 25mm|
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