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One of Baltic's rarest watches is up for auction to support a very good cause

Proceeds from the sale will be donated to support the Australian Wildfire Crisis.
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Baltic Aquascaphe Prototype

Watch publication Time+Tide is offering its support to the Australian Wildfire Crisis with its Watch & Act! World Watch Auction that has brought together fourteen watch brands and a selection of sixteen timepieces that are up for sale this week. One of our favorites of the auction is the Baltic Aquascaphe prototype, which features a 50s and 60s-inspired 3,6,9 dial and a rotating 12-hour bezel that lets you tell time in a second timezone. The watch features a 39mm case, an automatic Miyota movement, and a black rubber strap. 

The auction is now live and will end on January 31st.

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