My 1950’s manual wind Chronometer by ‘Election’.
At around 40 mm across, including the crown it’s an unusually large size for it’s period, especially with such a lovely, simple, formal face. With gold hands & Markers, a sub-second dial & a simple, reliable Swiss movement, with a crocodile or expanding steel band, this is one of my two favourite watches.
I am sadly & reluctantly considering selling this & maybe some other vintage time pieces to help make ends meet at the moment. If your interested, feel free to make an offer?
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- lessgentlemen said: keep me posted on vintage chrono sales theo. Not desparate, but i might be swayed by the right piece.
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