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Exaequo Softwatch "Salvador Dali" With Box

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Condition Analysis
This dial is in very nice shape for its age. The crystal has some faint marks on it but 0 cracks. The gold-plated case has minor wear with some marks that are faint from normal wear. The watch comes on its original green strap and buckle.

Description
Year: 1990s
Model: Salvador Dali
Case Diameter: 25mm 
Lug to Lug: 40.5mm
Case: Gold Plated 
Condition: No significant wear as seen
Dial: Good condition as seen
Movement: Quartz 
  
Curator Thoughts
We all know the Cartier Crash, a watch that fetches a quarter million dollars and is worn by some of the biggest names. Well in the 90s a small company decided to make Salvador Dali inspired watches for a museum collection but were later shut down for not being licensed to use the artist's name. Now we see a resurgence in these corky watches, making them the perfect Cartier alternative.

    Exaequo Softwatch "Salvador Dali" With Box

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    Condition Analysis
    This dial is in very nice shape for its age. The crystal has some faint marks on it but 0 cracks. The gold-plated case has minor wear with some marks that are faint from normal wear. The watch comes on its original green strap and buckle.

    Description
    Year: 1990s
    Model: Salvador Dali
    Case Diameter: 25mm 
    Lug to Lug: 40.5mm
    Case: Gold Plated 
    Condition: No significant wear as seen
    Dial: Good condition as seen
    Movement: Quartz 
      
    Curator Thoughts
    We all know the Cartier Crash, a watch that fetches a quarter million dollars and is worn by some of the biggest names. Well in the 90s a small company decided to make Salvador Dali inspired watches for a museum collection but were later shut down for not being licensed to use the artist's name. Now we see a resurgence in these corky watches, making them the perfect Cartier alternative.