• eautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824<br>in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500
  • eautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824<br>in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500
  • eautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824<br>in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500
  • eautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824<br>in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500
  • eautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824<br>in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500
  • eautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824<br>in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500
  • eautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824<br>in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500

Beautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824 in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500

Brand:Gevril
Model:Tribeca Chronograph Paul Newman – Limited edition 11/500
Year:1999
Material:Stainless Steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:37mm
Size - length including lugs:44mm
Condition:Very good
Price:$2,750

Beautiful black dial Gevril chronograph with caliber ETA 2824 in stainless steel – Limited edition 11/500

This watch is basically a carbon copy of the Rolex 6263 Paul Newman. It is a limited edition. The company names its watch collections after famous and important New York City neighborhoods and landmarks.

Beautiful stainless steel black round dial Gevril with 3 sub dials with seconds at 3 o’clock, hours at 6 o’clock and minutes at 9 o’clock. The watch has Obelisque hands with good luminous. The watch has a fixed tachymetre bezel up to 200 units per hour and screw down pushers, which are interchangeable with the ones on the original Rolex 6223. The watch has a hesalite (Acrylic) domed crystal. It is a stainless steel back screw with engraved “Limited edition 11/500 – Chronograph Swiss – Water Resistant 100m – R004 – Stainless steel. It is an automatic movement with caliber 2824 with a Dubois & Depraz 2020. The watch comes with a stainless bracelet and double clasp Gevril buckle.

History

The origin of Gevril date back in the mid 18 century when founded by Jacques Gevril. 1758, Jacques accompanied his colleague Pierre Jaquet Droz to Madrid to present a selection of complex musical automata to King Ferdinand VI. The king was so impressed he bought every piece. Jacques decided to stay in Spain to fortify his reputation and then passed to Moyse Gevril and Daniel Gevril who built their reputation on horological innovations and artistic enameling techniques. Today one of the Gevril pocket watch is at the Museum in Geneva and one is part of the collection of the Widsdorf family collection, founders of Rolex. In 1990, a Swiss distributor acquired the rights of Gevril and launched a series of Gevril watches at the Basel fair in 1995. In 2001, Samuel Friedmann, a Swiss businessman with passion for watches bought the brand. He kept the factory in Switzerland where the company produces 6000 pieces a year, primarily limited edition in either 18k gold or stainless steel. Today Gevril headquarters is in New York.

Technical details

51 jewel Automatic movement with caliber ETA 2824 equipped with a prestigious Dubois Depraz 2020 chronograph module.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 37mm
Length including lugs: 44mm

Price: $2,750