1940’s Guinand Triple Calendar 18ct Rose Gold

£4,500.00

Guinand is a watch brand that has been around since 1865 and has a rich history, it supplied the air forces of France and Italy and the British Admiralty. For technicians and scientists stopwatches, and later wrist chronographs were developed. For the first 100 years Guinand had its headquarters in Switzerland and now, for more than two decades in the Rödelheim district of Frankfurt. In 1995 Helmut Sinn the creator of Sinn bought the company after selling out Sinn, he was again filled with passion for making affordable wristwatches. You can to this day still see the similarities between the two brands long after Helmut Sinn Retirement and sadly death.

 

This Guinand is cased in 18ct rose gold with a chronograph and triple calendar feature, Day, Date, Month, which is in French. The case is crisp and in exceptional condition for its age and has been well looked after its entire life. Powered by the Valjoux 72 movement with the triple calendar variation. If you are looking for not only a rare watch but a stunning watch then this is it.

 

Dial Colour: Aged Silver

Collection: Triple Calendar

Style: Male

Case Material: 18ct Rose Gold

Case Diameter (mm): 37mm Including The Crown

Clasp: Pin Buckle

Strap: Brown Leather

Glass: Plexi

Movement: Mechanical Valjoux 72c VZHC

Water Resistance: N/A

Features: Day,Date,Month Moon Phase

Stock Code: CHR004

The watch comes with a two year guarantee.

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