Eberhard
Pre Extra-Fort Split Seconds

This beautiful Eberhard pre-extrafort from the 1940s features a rare version of the split-second chronograph: the pusher hidden in the crown acts as a start, stop and reset.

The other pushers are responsible for the split-second operation and the "stop-lock" mechanism.

Wonderfuly aged, the case is in sharp conditions and the dial developed a light patina that contrast nicely with the telemetric scale and the snail center scale.

Syringe hands and luminous arabic numerals complete this gorgeous, rare and extremely desirable chronograph.

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Specifications

Case: 40mm stainless steel
Movement: Manual, cal. 1600 base Valjoux 65, 17 jewels
Year: ca. 1940

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