|Location||United Kingdom, London|
|Price||£6,195 (= $7,793)|
|Case diameter||47 mm|
In the 1930s and 1940s the name Luminor identified the luminescent substance that was used by Panerai to increase visibility underwater. Over the years the term Luminor have come to identify the type of case. The Luminor case was in fact born out of the need to make the Radiomir case even more resistant and watertight. This is why the crown-protecting device was added, shielding the crown and making it more watertight.
The Luminor 1950 case represents another stage in the evolution of Panerai cases. The case-middle of the Luminor 1950 3 Days – 47 mm by Officine Panerai, made of polished steel in the classic 47mm diameter, is rounded and cusp-shaped on the sides, a direct development of the cushion-shape case which still characterises Radiomir watches today.
Supplied triple boxed with the instruction manual, certificates booklet, additional unworn brown leather strap, barcodes and strap change screwdriver. Purchased as new from Harrods department store London in January 2012 with receipt, this timepiece has never been worn, with case back sticker-seal still attached. This Panerai PAM372 timepiece has been exceptionally well looked after.
Unworn - Like Brand New
Exceptionally well looked after
Black Sandwich Dial
Manual Wind P3000 Movement
Polished Stainless Steel Case
3mm Thick Plexiglass
Panerai Original Brown Leather Strap
Panerai Large Tang Type Buckle
Original Purchase receipt from Harrods
Water Resistant to 100m
Additional Panerai Brown leather strap supplied
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95% of all our watches we buy from the original owners
Majority of our watches with the original box and papers
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