1950’s Richard Automatic 10439


The 1950s Richard Automatic timepiece, reportedly pronounced Ree-sharr, is encased in stainless steel. When this watch surfaced, its existence was unknown to us, and unfortunately, there is limited information available about the brand. The listing refers to Richard Automatic, affiliated with Richard SA in Morges/Saint-Jean in 1949, later identified as Richard SA for automatics and chronographs in 1966. Regrettably, detailed information beyond this timeframe is scarce.

Despite the mystery surrounding its origins, the watch captivates with its impeccable craftsmanship and aesthetic appeal. In pristine condition, this unpolished specimen is a testament to its enduring quality. The movement, showcased in the accompanying photos, is not only well-crafted but also visually striking.

This unique timepiece stands out as a rare find, and its exceptional condition enhances its desirability. Acquiring this watch would undoubtedly be a stroke of luck for its future owner, as its distinctive qualities and scarcity make it a truly remarkable and one-of-a-kind piece.

Interesting Fact “Richard SA was rumoured to have been taken over by Longines in 1978.”

Dial Colour: Silver

Collection: Dress Watch

Gender: Male

Case Material: Stainless Steel

Case Diameter (mm): 34mm

Clasp: Buckle

Strap: Brown Leather

Glass: Plexi

Movement: Automatic Bumper

Water Resistance: N/A

Stock No: RIC020

The watch comes with a two year guarantee

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