Manual winding - Gold-plated - Travel box
|Reference Number:||306 1164|
|Type:||Analogue wristwatch (More lots)|
|Condition:||Worn & in very good condition|
Vintage hand-winding Orly from the forties.
A rare watch.
Complete and original.
Case: Gold-plated stainless steel with hallmark below the crown. Pressure closure, marked as stainless steel. Two buttons for controlling the calendar functions.
Dial: original, signed by Orly, made in Switzerland. Windows for month and day of the week. Dial at six o'clock with a hand for the date.
Movement: high-end movement with 17 rubies, Swiss made, marked 'Adjusted', in mint condition. Recently serviced and in excellent working order.
Tatch with three-phase date complication by Swiss manufacturer Orly is in a fantastic condition.
The month is set by the top button, the day of the week is set by using the crown to wind through the hours, and the date is set by the lower button.
It is truly a rare and surprising timepiece.
Diameter: 33 mm (35 mm including crown).
Length: 23.5 cm.
Weight: 35.3 g.
All the functions work.
An incredible watch.
Catawiki member since September 17, 2015, received 88 reviews in total (16 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (16 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
There was a little shipment delay caused from the by post sending.
The package was secured but so chip box emballage!
The lot was as described and in photos.
All excellent, highly recommended seller
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|Rest of Europe||$22.41|
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