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Girard-Perregaux 1966 Chronograph Doctor's Watch

We've written about some hard-to-get watches before, but this is a bit ridiculous. Limited to just ten pieces in red gold and 10 in white gold, the Girard-Perregaux 1966 Chronograph Doctor's Watch (€24,700-€26,100; roughly $32,000-$33,800) isn't just limited in number — it's also limited by retailer. Available exclusively from the Dubail boutique at Place Vendome in Paris, it features a 40mm case, and automatic caliber movement, and face details like the bold orange circle, typeface, and pulsometer scale that set it apart from the company's other 1966 chronographs. [via]

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