Manual winding - Gold-plated - Box
|Model:||Nageur *** Mousquetaire|
|Reference Number:||ref: 1268|
Very lovely and collectible vintage Pontiac Nageur *** Mousquetaire with a wonderfully styled "pie-pan like" dial. The gold plated case measures approx. 35 x 40 mm, including the crown. The crown is slightly sunken in the side of the case. The dial is cream-coloured with the beautifully shaped gold "T-shaped" markers as obvious eye-catchers. The movement is a hand-wound Pontiac calibre (ETA) 1080.
Presumably, the watch dates from the 1940s or early 1950s. The movement keeps time well and is neat and clean (see photos). The case back is numbered on the reverse side (1268) and on the inside (2118 - modelle depose 16640). The 17 mm strap is from that period, it is neat and made of leather/suede. It is "hidden" behind the lugs and it is "stapled". This strap is suited for a wrist of up to 20 cm. Overall, this "Nageur Mousquetaire" is in neat, vintage condition (optically 8/10). It only has some slight signs of wear on the case and dial. So please make sure to take a very good look at the many photos. These provide the best impression of what to expect.
The watch comes in an authentic, vintage Pontiac watch box. NO RESERVE!
In short...a very elegant and collectible Pontiac watch from the late 1940s with a dial which is an absolute eye-catcher.
Naturally, this item will be well-packaged and shipped registered (insured).
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|Member since:||July 24, 2015|
Watch as described. Good communication. Very slow shipping method.
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$36.97|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Rotterdam (ZH), Netherlands.
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