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Up for sale is a used, sparingly worn by me, recently serviced (10/16), uncommon (not rare) Panerai Luminor PAM 116. The PAM 116 was part of 2 different manufacturing runs: E (1,200 pieces) and F (300 pieces). This watch is part of the E production, with a number in the 100s. The watch is a Titanium Luminor 44mm case, tobacco base dial, with an exhibition back to see the Panerai branded movement. There is a slight scratch from wear on the bezel at the 12 o’clock position. It’s hard to see when looking directly at the watch, but from a side angle, it is noticeable. It is surface level and should have the ability to be polished. I’m inexperienced in this art and didn’t want to create a bigger issue. Since the watch was serviced, it’s been lightly used (mostly business meetings). It is currently on a navy rubber strap for the summer months.
Check out the link if you are unfamiliar with model: www.paneraisource.com/watch_details/Historic_152.html
Used 2002 Panerai PAM 116 Luminor Base Tobacco Dial
Panerai Inner & Outer Boxes
Panerai Booklet & Warranty Booklet with Card (dated 11/29/02) *I'm not the original owner*
OEM Black Rubber Strap
OEM Brown Leather Strap
Additional Dark Brown Leather Strap
Titanium OEM buckle
Not in Box:
Panerai Rubber Case Protector
At this time, I'm not including the Gunny Strap or Navy Rubber in the pictures. I would entertain to include for Forum Members (if I still have them, currently trying to sell).
Price: $5,600 Shipped! Prefer wire transfer to BOA, but will consider PayPal + 3% Fee (PayPal Verified Accounts Only)
Returns: 48 hour returns accepted only if watch is not as described.
I am a private watch enthusiast and selling the watch from my own collection. This is my first watch sale, so I understand the hesitance to work with me. Due to this, I will make myself available by phone, Skype, or provide access to chat via social media (LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, etc.). Feel free to PM or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
E series gathered the 112, 114 and116 since they shared the same movement. 600 were 112 and the other half were split between the 114 and 116. Most likely only 300 E Series as well. Just like the F Series.
Panerai stopped the gathered movement production numbering after E.
Hope that helps to clarify that E and F are similar in actual production.