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I just thought I share my new acquisition that arrived in the mail today from Switzerland. A NOS Never Worn 200T-Graph SeaRambler with the original box’s.

This unbelievably was an eBay find!

Moral, if you keep looking, they will show up.

I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I do!

And, I know what you are thinking…NO, it is not for sale! LOL

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Hey Guys,

Thanks! Yes Sir, this original box, and bracelet came with it. I purchased it from a highly reputable dealer not to far from the DOXA factory.

I talked it over with John P., and John stated this was the original band, as they were sold well into the age this band was created.

I just got lucky.
 

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Lucky Git!


Very very nice John, great find.
 

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Hey Guys,

Thanks! Yes Sir, this original box, and bracelet came with it. I purchased it from a highly reputable dealer not to far from the DOXA factory.

I talked it over with John P., and John stated this was the original band, as they were sold well into the age this band was created.

I just got lucky.
WOW that is cool!! congrats.
 

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Damned you John!

I was watching this one and inquired on the watches condition and service history. Mr. Robert F-S replied that it was in "nice conditions", and nothing else. Had he conveyed its true condition you would not have gotten it for such a steal if you had gotten it at all.

Congrats, you have a beautiful T-Graph and I have a great "the one that got away" story. Lol!

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Damned you John!
I was watching this one and inquired on the watches condition and service history. Mr. Robert F-S replied that it was in "nice conditions", and nothing else. Had he conveyed its true condition you would not have gotten it for such a steal if you had gotten it at all.

Congrats, you have a beautiful T-Graph and I have a great "the one that got away" story. Lol!

Bo
Well Bo,

I will be Damned…BUT I WON IT! LOL!

The secret to winning this prized baby…I didn’t tell anyone, and I called him. Not once, but a couple of times, and talked to him on the phone. I asked him all the details. I don’t speak German, he does not speak English. Nevertheless, the translation was perfect. He eventually said “never worn, I have box”.

That was the hook; I knew I was going to have it! LOL!

And, THANKS! You will find yours one day, it will happen!
 

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Beautiful watch and a great find. I too looked it over, but the seller was pretty vague with his descripion, and I would prefer a Professional for my first vintage T-Graph.

Very rare to find one of these in NOS condition. Most of them that have come across Ebay in the past year or so have been pretty worn.
You got a good un'
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Thanks guys, I really appreciate it!

OK people wrist shot in the sun tomorrow will be posted.

My first choice in an old Sub 200 T-Graph would be the DivingStar, followed by the Sharkhunter, the SeaRambler. Some reason, I am a huge fan of the Pro, but not in the T-Graphs.

Nevertheless, let us face the obvious facts here where, and how often do quality Vintage 200 T-Graphs show up…and when was the last time someone actually saw one that was NOS?

In the world of DOXA watches, when it comes to the Vintage DOXA’s you take what you can get!
 

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John,

absolutely wonderful. I think you almost stole it.... At least Dick Turpin had the decency to wear a mask ....ha, ha, ha

Health to enjoy it.

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Wow!!!!! Stunning. What a truly incredible find. Really looking forward to your pics. Congrats! Incredible watch you got there.

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My first choice in an old Sub 200 T-Graph would be the DivingStar, followed by the Sharkhunter, the SeaRambler. Some reason, I am a huge fan of the Pro, but not in the T-Graphs.

T-Graph Divingstar? Is there such a thing?????? Man I'd love to see one of those.

Congrats on that sweet, sweet watch!

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Hey Jim,

Thank you very much!

Yes, there actually is a 200T-Graph DivingStar. I have never seen one, and I probably never will. John P. said a few were made (I believe he has seen one).

I bet it has to be one impressive dial. If the original T-graphs were plentiful (I know wishful thinking), I would go for the DivingStar first.

But, hey, I am not complaining. I am happy just being the owner of a vintage T-graph!


T-Graph Divingstar? Is there such a thing?????? Man I'd love to see one of those.

Congrats on that sweet, sweet watch!

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Oh man i'm gutted!! I think this was the one on the Bay a couple weeks ago? Correct me if i'm wrong but there was no mention in the listing of it being NOS? Funnily enough it was the unusual bracelet that made me restrict my bid... i believe i was the runner up, damn lol!!

Congratulations, one cracking piece!! :-!

Cheers,
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Hey David,

Thanks!

Yes! Most I think actually all of Roberts F.S. Watches are NOS. So, i called him, and that was it for me!

John


Oh man i'm gutted!! I think this was the one on the Bay a couple weeks ago? Correct me if i'm wrong but there was no mention in the listing of it being NOS? Funnily enough it was the unusual bracelet that made me restrict my bid... i believe i was the runner up, damn lol!!

Congratulations, one cracking piece!! :-!

Cheers,
David.
 

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A vintage SUB 200T-Graph Divingstar??????? Say it aint so. Did someone say grail watch?

Wow how many of those were ever made? I'll bet we are talking 5 or 10, probably less. I'd say it was a prototype. There has never been any photos or brochures or anything mentioned about it in anything I have ever seen. Guess I better add a quick mention to the book.

Pete
 
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