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Breitling Vintage Navitimer 806 Breitling Vintage Navitimer 806 Breitling Vintage Navitimer 806

Breitling Vintage Navitimer 806

in the Vintage Timepieces Collection
by Breitling

An uncommon gold-plated version of the iconic Navitimer 806, this vintage Breitling is the prototypical pilot's chronograph featuring a legible dial, hand wound Venus movement, and a slide-rule bezel for on-the-fly calculations. In very good condition, circa 1967.

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$5,000 - $10,000

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Manual-wind Swiss Venus 178 chronograph movement.


Brown alligator strap with tang buckle.


40mm gold plated case with stainless steel closed caseback. Acrylic crystal.


Black dial with contrasting off-white subdials, and tritium luminescent markers and hands. Tricompax layout. Slide rule calculations on chapter ring with internal rotating bezel.


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