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 Post subject: Old Navitimer?
PostPosted: Fri Aug 21, 2020 6:59 am 
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Greetings,
Watch: 13022.1
S/N: 23428
Genuine?
Model?
Year?
With thanks in advance and stay safe,
Huw K.G.


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 21, 2020 7:58 am 
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Not giving us much to go on there! :lol:

What I can say is that A13022.1 is the reference for the 'Old Navitimer II'. The ".1" indicates it's a later model, but the "0" in the middle of the reference number indicates it's not late enough to be COSC rated. Therefore it'll date somewhere around '97/98. (It's too early for any date coding between the lugs, so late '90's is the best you can expect).

Can't tell you anything from the serial number as they're random, and without pictures we have zero chance of saying if it's genuine or not.

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Many thanks for your reply, much appreciated.
A13022.1 indeed. 23428.
Some hopefully informative pictures attached:-
With best wishes,
Huw.


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On the basis of those pictures, it's 100% genuine.

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Thanks again, good to know.
How might I find the actual date of manufacture?
Also, duplicate documents?
Any further advice, when I actually view it?
What might be a fair price?
With best wishes,
Huw.


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As I said above, there's no way of finding out the exact date of manufacture of a watch of that era. Newer watches have a date code between the lugs but that didn't come in until a few years after the one you're looking at.

In terms of duplicate documents you can get hold of a replacement instruction manual (if Breitling have any left which is debatable given the age of the Old Navitimer II), but you won't be able to get hold of a replacement warranty card... for pretty obvious reasons. And as that watch isn't a Chronometer you can't get hold of a COSC certificate.

I don't give pricing advice I'm afraid, so check out ebay, Chrono24, maybe watch sales forums to get an idea of what they're worth.

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