1960s Mido Multi-Centerchrono
Unique by design, the Mido Multi-Centerchrono is one of the most interesting mechanical chronographs ever produced. Its particularity lies in its two sweep hands, one counting the seconds and the other the minutes.
This example features the rare dial, with the center disc having aged to a copper tone, and beautifully enhanced by the dashes of red all around. It features also the specific turbine pushers as seen on the Patek Philippe 1463.
Case materialStainless steel
Overall condition is exellent. Dial is in superb condition, with some patina to the central disc and to the numerals. Case is in excellent shape, obviously unpolished, with a few spots of corrosion on the back and on the side (next to the bottom pusher). Pushers look great. Glass is in perfect condition. The movement was fully serviced.