• Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch - stainless steel - 1950’s
  • Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch - stainless steel - 1950’s
  • Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch - stainless steel - 1950’s
  • Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch - stainless steel - 1950’s
  • Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch - stainless steel - 1950’s
  • Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch - stainless steel - 1950’s
  • Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch - stainless steel - 1950’s
  • Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch - stainless steel - 1950’s

Nice Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch in stainless steel from the 1950’s

Brand:Revue Thommen
Model:- - -
Year:1950’s
Material:Stainless steel
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:37mm
Size - length including lugs:44mm
Condition:Very good
Price:$595

Nice Revue Thommen antimagnetic watch in stainless steel from the 1950’s

Nice 37mm stainless steel Revue Thommen watch with round creamy color dial. It has Arabic numerals and Stick hands. The second sub dial is at 6 o’clock. The back case is in stainless steel with engraved outside Revue 3919297 and inside “Fond acier inoxydable”. The watch has a manual winding movement with caliber 81 and 19 jewels. The watch comes with a brown leather band and a stainless steel buckle. Good working condition.

History

The company was founded in 1853 as “Societe d’Horlogerie” in Waldenburg, Switzerland. The goal of the company was first to create jobs in the valley. In 1859, Gedeon Thommen and Louis Tschopp acquired the company. Then Tschopp left the company. In 1905, the company is registered as Revue Thommen AG. In 1916, the first aircraft chronograph for the Swiss Air Force is created. Then in the late 30’s early 40’s the company is awarded a development and production program of cockpit instrumentation for the Swiss Air Force. In 1945, Thommen launches a pocket altimeter for alpinists. In 2000, Revue Thommen AG grants a license to the Swiss company Grovana Ltd for the manufacturing and marketing of the Revue Thommen wristwatch brand products. In 2012 “GT Thommen Watch AG” a joint venture between Andreas Thommen, Roland Buser and Christopher Bitterli bought the IP rights to revitalize and develop again the Swiss wristwatch business.

Technical details

Manual winding sub second movement with caliber Revue 81 with 19 jewels, 18,000 bph and 42 hours of power reserve.

Measurements

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

Price: $595