Manual winding - Steel - Box
|Model:||triple calendar moonphase watch|
|Type:||Vollkalenderuhr mit Mondphase|
|Condition:||Worn & in very good condition|
Constitution Date-Exact, full calendar watch with moon phase in good, original condition in a special three-part stainless steel casing with beautifully curved lugs (fancy lugs), casing diameter: 35 mm without crown
A vintage watch with a particularly beautiful charisma.
This wristwatch with so-called full calendar comes from the 1950s. The timepiece displays the time of day, the date, the weekday, the month and the moon phase. The face of the timepiece is in beautiful condition because the watch has not been worn much.
High-quality hand-wound calibre ETA 1100, calendar (day / date / month)
Silver dial with raised gold-plated Arabic numerals. Window for day and month underneath the "12", the hand with crescent-shaped tip indicates the date on the blue date scale on the outside. Red central second hand. Window for moon phase indicator above the "6". Quick-set buttons for adjusting the scales are situated on the side of the casing and can be used with a sharp tool (pin). Leather strap with buckle, not signed. Strap length: 21 cm
This timepiece is shipped properly packaged inside an insured parcel.
|Member since:||May 5, 2017|
Great watch great seller thank you..
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|Rest of Europe||$52.17|
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