|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||Stainless Steel|
|Size - length including lugs:||41mm|
A rare stainless steel vintage Tissot antichoc waterproof chronograph with number 907046 on the movement.
The watch is pictured in the “wristwatches-Armbanduhren- Montres Bracelets” book of Gisbert L Brunner on page 373.
This rare Tissot chronograph model is highly collectibal. It is a manual winding mechanical movement. Chronograph 30 minutes and 12 hours counter, silvered dial with arabic numeral 12. The hands are beautiful with green luminous. Telemetric and Tachymetric scales.
Beautiful with great attention to detail has been paid to the design of the watch. It has a screwed case with number 804 A. Lightly patinated and with a creamy silvered finished, the dial is in lovely condition. The bezel has a flat polished. It comes with a brown leather strap with crocodile handcrafted grains.
Tissot Cie was founded in Le Locle in 1853 by Charles Felicien and Charles Emile Tissot. Their objective was to supply the world in particular Russia and the United States with quality pieces. In 1904 came the “Tsar’s watch”. In 1920, Tissot started to manufacture their own movements. 1929 is a key moment as Omega and Tissot join their efforts and form the “SSIH” Societe Suisse pour l’Industrie Horlogere. Tissot targeted the medium priced market with 42 models. Tissot is known for owning the 28.5N21 automatic caliber, however for its chronograph, Tissot used Lemania movements, its sister’s company.
13” Lemania movement, flat spring, 17 jewels, beautiful incabloc, 19,800 BPH, silvered dial, applied slim faceted baton indexes with luminescent tips, stainless steel circular case with polished finish, flat bezel, screwed case back, the centre with Tissot logo.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 33mm
Length including lugs: 41mm