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The 1983 launch year

Reference number 2674

LB103, 'Classique' 1984. Original blister. With code tag on front. -Mint, blister damaged-

List price €600

Reference number 2684

GA103, 'Inc', 1985. Original blister.

List price €280

Reference number 2691

GB105, 'Blackout' 1986. Original blister. -Glue on back of blister-

List price €200

Reference number 2693

LM103, 'Art Deco', 1984. Original blister. With correct price sticker on front. -Mint, light damage to blister-

List price €180

Reference number 3017

GK100SP 'The Original Jelly', March 1983 in original blister. After the succesful US test market it was time to launch SWATCH worldwide. In March 1983 a press conference was held and the lucky attendees received one of these Original Jellies in a new type of blister. The fully world's first fully transparent watch was a hit right away. Just 200 pieces were produced and thus the first limited edition Special was a fact. Proof of authenticity can be found in the round lettering inside the battery compartment: 'Unadjusted no (0) jewels'.

List price €8000

Reference number 3019

GK100SP 'The Original Jelly', March 1983 in original blister. After the succesful US test market it was time to launch SWATCH worldwide. In March 1983 a press conference was held and the lucky attendees received one of these Original Jellies in a new type of blister. The fully world's first fully transparent watch was a hit right away. Just 200 pieces were produced and thus the first limited edition Special was a fact. Proof of authenticity can be found in the round lettering inside the battery compartment: 'Unadjusted no (0) jewels'. Paper blister inlay is a reproduction

List price €8000

Reference number 3018

LK100SP Exceptionally rare LADIES dummy of 'The Original Jelly', circa March 1983 in original blister. After the succesful US test market it was time to launch SWATCH worldwide. In March 1983 a press conference was held and the lucky attendees received one of the larger Original Jellies Gents in a new type of blister. This is in its correct blister, matching the Gents one. Proof of authenticity can be found in the round lettering inside the battery compartment: 'Unadjusted no (0) jewels'. Officially the Ladies dummy Original Jelly does not exist and less than 10 pieces are known! EXTREMELY RARE!

List price €6000

Reference number 7020

GB103 Gros Chiffres from August 1983. Worn with shiny case and wear to crown. Running well. Almost new seven holes straps. Still a great Swatch to wear for a nice price.

List price €80

Reference number 7022

GB402 GB402 (no name) from 1983. Virgin dummy (uncoded on the back), not running, Truly a beautiful display piece. in extremely rare mint condition with mid eighties new straps.

List price €100

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