I'm looking to sell my Leonidas CP-2 Flyback, E.I Issued, that I picked up a about two years ago. It was purchased from the second owner who was located in northern Italy. It comes on a Maruman stretch bracelet (appears to be late 70s) and the nearly impossible to find original Leonidas box.
For the unfamiliar, this is the original "Bund" that was issued to Italian Army and Airforce pilots before Leonidas was purchased by Heuer and issued the well known Heuer 1550SG Bundeswehr.Price - $5,700 with payment via wire or PayPal F&F (Goods and Services is fine but buyer pays 3% fees), insured CONUS shipping included in the price. International buyers I will split costs with.
I'm open to reasonable offers and would possibly be interested in trading down for an issued Type 20/Type 21 but let me know what you have any maybe we can work something out. Watch and I are located in the US. Please reach out with any questions or for additional photos. General Details: Maker: LeonidasModel: ChronographReference: CP-2Year: 1965Case No: 7xxMaterial: Stainless steelDimensions: 43mm diameter; 12mm thicknessCrystal: PlexiglassLume: TritiumCaliber: Manual-wound Valjoux 222 with flyback complicationBracelet/Strap: Vintage stretch braceletLug Width: 20mmBox/Papers: Box onlyCondition: Case - Very Good - Unpolished condition. Bevels are strong but as with all polished cases, showing 50 years of light use. Dial - Good to Very Good - No major zapon bubbles on the dial, some tritium loss on one of the digits on both the 10 and 11. Leonidas lettering is strong. Movement - Excellent - Running strong. Serviced in early 2018 (I can't find the receipt sadly).Photos: