1970s Pontiac brown dial Chronograph Nageur 3 Stars
PONTIAC, launched in 1931 by Ali Kinsbergen, takes its name from a great Native American chief who, thanks to his knowledge of nature, could read the time in the stars. This reference represents the connection between eternity and the universe. Recognized for their reliability and durability, Pontiac watches are highly esteemed by collectors.
This chronograph has all the atypical features of a classic 1970s cushion-shaped case with an unusual dial color. We love this lovely light lavender/brown tone paired with the stainless-steel case. Most of the watch’s value lies in the mechanical movement, which is manufactured by the famous Valjoux manufacturer.