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GIRARD PERREGAUX Gyromatic High Frequency 1970s

GIRARD PERREGAUX Gyromatic High Frequency 1970s

Brand: Girard Perregaux
Year: 1970s
Model: Gyromatic High Frequency
Material: Steel
Movement: Automatic
Case Diameter without Crown: 35 mm
Lug Width: 18 mm
Bracelet/Strap: original Girard Perregaux steel bracelet

Service-history: serviced in 2019
What you should know: cool 70s style case with original steel bracelet, engraving of the caseback


GIRARD PERREGAUX Gyromatic High Frequency 1970s


What a cool 70s timepiece! The GP Gyromatic High Frequency from the 1970s is everything you would look for in a watch from that periode. A truly beautiful and stunning example of a vintage watch from a small watch manufacture. This beautiful WRISTCLASSIC comes with a light polished case in great condition with sharp edges. Dating to the 70s this classic model measures 35 mm coming with a cool chunky case-style. It offers a fairly wide-set bezel that gives this watch a nice presence. The dial is allover in clean condition with the original lume, light texture and a date-window. The simple GP-logo alongside the silver indexes and beautiful hands are harmonious and well balanced. The date is usually set at 3 o´clock. The crown is original with the appropriate GP-logo. This WRISTCLASSIC is powered by an automatic movement, running strong and keeping time well. The watch has been recently serviced. The bracelet is original and in good condition. It’s a true WRISTCLASSIC with perfect proportions, timeless styling, and a great reference to the 70s. It is a splendid model inside and out, so be ready for the constant compliments sure to come your way.


Girard Perregaux was founded in 1852 by Constantin Othenin Girard. First the company was named Girard & Cie. After two years the founder was married to Marie Perregaux, where the name Girard Perregaux comes from. 1957 GP introduced the first Gyromatic movement. At that time the Gyromatic movements were one of the best and precise automatic movements on the market. 1966 GP came up with the first High-Frequency movement, providing 36000 beats per hour.

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