- Audemars Piguet4
- F.P. Journe1
- Girard Perregaux2
- Grand Seiko1
- Jacques Monnat1
- Jaeger Le Coultre3
- Patek Philippe11
- Record Genéve1
- Universal Genève4
- Vacheron Constantin2
Back in the 1940s, a number of maisons and movement makers started working extensively on the production of reliable yet precise and refinished complicated wristwatches. Besides coveted brands, also some smaller maisons produced watches of extreme quality, paired to flamboyant case designs typical of the era.
That's what happens with this 37mm Record Genéve watch.integrating in a striking 37mm two tone case not only a split seconds chronograph, but also an indication of the date and phases of the moon.
The beating heart inside this stunning watch is a Venus 185, activated via three pushers at 2, 3 and 4 o' clock.
The dial, seemingly untouched, is a lesson in understatement and readability, making the present Record a very wearable and contemporary watch to these days. A period correct two-tone beads of rice bracelet completes the look of this rare and appealing watch.
Case: 37mm stainless steel and yellow gold
Movement: Manual, cal. Venus 185
Year: ca. 1940
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