1960s Movado M95 chronograph ref.19068
This is a beautiful 1960’s sub-sea chronograph with a silver and painted dial, telemetry scale and sub-dials for seconds, 60 minutes and 12 hour counter. Distinguished by silver luminous baton hands, silver and red sub-register hands. The whole patina created by the dial, index and hands of the watch exudes a real harmony on the wrist.
The watch is powered by the in-house M95 movement and features a Francois Borgel case, the latter being a talented inventor who became one of the most important Swiss watch case manufacturers in the early 20th century. Its company was bought out in 1924 by the Taubert family of Le Locle, who continued the business into the 1970s supplying many watch manufacturers, including Movado and the famous Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin.
It comes with a genuine Movado steel bracelet.
Case materielStainless steel
The watch is in very good condition. The dial is very well preserved with light even patina. Pushers and crown are in top condition. The movement has been serviced and comes with a 12months warranty.