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Authentic RARE 1996 Swatch Gent Passage To Brooklyn Watch GJ120. This highly collectible Swatch was designed by G. Panter and features a view of the famous Brooklyn bridge and is also a homage to times gone by when yellow taxis were the norm. The blue plastic strap shows vehicles in both lanes crossing the bridge, while the dial displays the streets of Brooklyn with City Hall and even a Yellow Cab in the center and the word Brooklyn spelled out. What a treat! But that's not all. The waterproof watch with an accurate ETA quartz movement and battery has a neon green plastic case and on the back of the strap are two sentences: "The taxi is like a little cell in the vast capillary bridge. It feels like one is driving in the sky."

Everyone knows a Swatch when they see one. What started in 1983 in Switzerland has revolutionized the watch industry. Swatch watches are inexpensive but they are Swiss made and therefore made to last. There are Swatch watches for people of all ages, and a Swatch for every occasion. But there’s more to Swatch. Swatch is an attitude, an approach to life, a way to communicate.

This item is more than 25 years old and as such is considered a vintage collector's item that is no longer being produced and may be fragile or discolored. The original watch band looks great but may need replacing at some point. The watch is pre-owned and in great working condition. It has been carefully examined, cleaned and scratches, if any, have been removed if possible. Comes with new battery installed. Please review the pictures, as they are part of the description.

This watch does not come in its original packaging but will be shipped in a jewelry box for protection. Feel free to message me with any questions.

Ships within 24 hours. Tracking is provided.

THANK YOU for shopping with Legacy Collectors.

Swatch Gent Passage To Brooklyn Watch GJ120

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Authentic RARE 1996 Swatch Gent Passage To Brooklyn Watch GJ120. This highly collectible Swatch was designed by G. Panter and features a view of the famous Brooklyn bridge and is also a homage to times gone by when yellow taxis were the norm. The blue plastic strap shows vehicles in both lanes crossing the bridge, while the dial displays the streets of Brooklyn with City Hall and even a Yellow Cab in the center and the word Brooklyn spelled out. What a treat! But that's not all. The waterproof watch with an accurate ETA quartz movement and battery has a neon green plastic case and on the back of the strap are two sentences: "The taxi is like a little cell in the vast capillary bridge. It feels like one is driving in the sky."

Everyone knows a Swatch when they see one. What started in 1983 in Switzerland has revolutionized the watch industry. Swatch watches are inexpensive but they are Swiss made and therefore made to last. There are Swatch watches for people of all ages, and a Swatch for every occasion. But there’s more to Swatch. Swatch is an attitude, an approach to life, a way to communicate.

This item is more than 25 years old and as such is considered a vintage collector's item that is no longer being produced and may be fragile or discolored. The original watch band looks great but may need replacing at some point. The watch is pre-owned and in great working condition. It has been carefully examined, cleaned and scratches, if any, have been removed if possible. Comes with new battery installed. Please review the pictures, as they are part of the description.

This watch does not come in its original packaging but will be shipped in a jewelry box for protection. Feel free to message me with any questions.

Ships within 24 hours. Tracking is provided.

THANK YOU for shopping with Legacy Collectors.

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