The Sherpa Graph was produced by Enicar in the 1960s and existed in several different versions and dial configurations throughout the decade. The watch became popularized by British Formula 1 driver Jim Clark, who was often seen wearing a Sherpa Graph. This particular version is a Mark IV, the last series of Sherpa Graphs that Enicar produced.
Enicar stainless steel bracelet
Max Wrist Size:
7.25in (23 links)
Hand model has a wrist size of 6.2 in
UNWORN: Case is pristine with no signs of use. Original stickers may still be present. Dial, hands, and lume have no imperfections and may show natural, even aging.
MINT: Case has only a few superficial hairlines. Lugs are thick, full, and sharp with superb finishing. Dial, hands, and lume may have micro imperfections visible only with a loupe.
EXCELLENT: Case has very light scratches or nicks. Lugs are thick, full, and well-defined. Dial and hands may have imperfections visible upon close inspection. Lume is fully intact and may show slight discoloration.
VERY GOOD: Case may have a few moderate scratches or nicks. Lugs are thick and full but may have softened edges. Dial and hands may have light stains or marks. Lume may have cracks or discoloration.
GOOD: Case has many scratches and nicks. Lugs may show signs of moderate polishing with worn edges. Dial and hands may have noticeable stains or marks. Lume may be damaged or show significant discoloration.
Case: The case retains great definition throughout including the beautifully bevelled lugs. There are no major scratches or dings. The caseback engravings are clear, sharp, and deep, probably due to the clear sticker protecting them over the years.
Dial, Hands, & Crystal: The dial is in very good condition and the trititum has aged to a nice golden hue on both the hands and hour plots. The crystal is clean with plenty of life left to give.
Bracelet/Strap: The Enicar-signed bracelet, likely not original to this particular reference, shows hardly any wear or stretching.
Timing: The watch has been manually observed over a 24-hour period and appears to be running normally.
Functions: All functions including the crown-winding, time-setting, and chronograph start/stop/reset are working as expected.
Service History: None.