The number engraved on the back isn't a movement number, Bruno . . .
. . . so the chart info doesn't really apply. I remember seeing these on dealer's shelves over twenty years ago, so a '95 production date isn't impossible, but it would be coincidental.
The numbers engraved on the back represent the case, or serial, number.
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Saw this at a secondhand dealer yesterday
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