1960’s Mathey-Tissot 137721


Mathey-Tissot Mechanical Watch is a masterpiece that pays homage to the brand’s rich heritage dating back to the 19th century. Established in 1886 by Edmond Mathey-Tissot, the Swiss watchmaker quickly gained renown for its commitment to precision craftsmanship and innovative designs.

The 1960s marked a golden era for Mathey-Tissot, where iconic timepieces like the Mechanical Watch emerged. The brand has a long rich history which includes, providing thousands of timepieces for the United States armed forces and the British Navy in the second world war. Mathey-Tissot initially excelled in crafting “repeater” watches, distinguished timepieces that melodiously chimed the hour and half-hour. Building on this early success, the company swiftly expanded its horological expertise to include the production of chronographs, advancing into the realm of precision stop-watches. This particular model captures the essence of that era, boasting a cream dial and distinctive orange aged lume.

Interested Fact “In 1890, the outbreak of the Boer War between England and South Africa led to an unprecedented surge in demand for Mathey-Tissot’s exquisite watches. To meet this heightened need, a larger and more advanced factory was promptly constructed.”

Dial Colour: White

Collection: Mechanical

Style: Male

Case Material: Steel

Case Diameter (mm): 33mm

Clasp: Buckle

Strap: Tan Ostritch

Glass: Plexi

Movement: Mechanical 650

Water Resistance: N/A

Features: Date

Stock Code: MT005

The watch comes with a two year guarantee.


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