Automatic - Steel - Box
|Model:||chronometre officially certified|
|Reference Number:||103332 (5801 200)|
Certina automatic Chronometre swiss made 27 jewels.
Date without quickset. “Officialy Certified Chronometer” on the lid.
Production from 1965 to 1970, ref. no. 5801 200
Lid (only visible with magnifying glass) and movement serial number 103332, caliber 25-651. Has had a complete service/revision in February 2018. The automatic bridge had to be replaced. Unfortunately, the serial number is now gone from the movement (see pictures). Otherwise, the donor part is identical.
Diameter of the case is 35 mm without crown. Certina-logo on the crown.
Used leather strap of 18 cm long, 18 mm lug width.
Beautifully classic and remarkable watch that runs excellently again.
Otherwise with normal signs of wear, even wear on the back.
Please see the photos to form your own impression.
In 1916, the first watches from the factory of the Kurth brothers (CERTINA) were shipped to the "Officiel Bureau de Contrôle de la Marche de Montres" in Biel and successfully tested. But before 1960, less than 500 watches with COSC-certificate were sold. All with the caliber 28-45. Concerning this watch; from 1960 to 1971, only 8821 mechanical chronometers were produced at Certina. All with the caliber 25-65 (without date) or 25-651 (with date). The movement has a unique serial number, which corresponds with the back of the case. (source: www.vintagecertinas.ch/en/chronometer-en/)
COSC Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres
Wikipedia: Wikipedia article on Chronometer watches
Comes with a Certina box, service/repair receipt and the original automatic bridge separately included.
Will be shipped well-packaged and insured, with track & trace.
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|Member since:||November 28, 2014|
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