Enicar Sherpa Graph “Jim Clark” 1965
This vintage, steel Enicar Sherpa “Jim Clark”Chronograph, from the mid-1960s is a beautiful example of an increasingly sought-after, collectable vintage watch. It has its original, black dial with warm patina on the Tritium hour indices. It also has its original paddle style handset, along with a period-correct, red “lollipop” chronograph hand.
Enicar Sherpa Chronographs such as this ‘Jim Clark’ are differentiated by the use of exceptional mechanical movements. Quartz mechanics dominated much of the late 60s and 70s, including Enicar’s very own Beta 21 quartz movement. This Enicar Sherpa Graph 300 however boasts a 17-jewel Valjoux 72 calibre, the same tried and tested column wheel chronograph mechanism famed for dependability and widespread use by manufactures such as Rolex.
|Model:||Sherpa Graph Chronograph 300 MKIII – Ref. 072-02-01|
|Movement:||mechanical manual-winding Cal. Valjoux 72|
|Functions:||chronograph, hours, minutes, sub-seconds|
|Features:||tachymeter scale, unrestored dial|
|Case:||40 mm stainless steel|
|Bracelet:||grey leather strap|
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