Collectible Olympic Watch

Aug 23, 2004 | Collectibles | 1 comment

A Collectible Swatch For Every ATHENS 2004 Volunteer

“ATHENS, August 23 – Swatch, the official timekeepers of the Games, have created a collectible watch which is not sold in stores and which bears the insignia of ATHENS 2004 and the Athens Olympic Games colours to be exclusively presented to Volunteers.
Swatch, contributing in many ways to the success of the Games, have virtually made an institution out of the creation of a collectible watch for the Olympic Games Volunteers as this is the third time they have put such a programme into effect.”

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  1. Chris

    I own one of these watches and I sell it for the right price to whoever is interested.

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