|Material:||Gold & Stainless steel|
|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||39mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||45mm|
In more than excellent condition, Sabina chrono with a large white dial in enamel and Arabic numbers. The watch has two counters, one at 3 o’clock for the minutes and one at 9 o’clock for the second. The watch has a red telemeter on the edge of the dial and a spectacular snail tachometer up to 200. The hands are magnificent and original. This watch is a mono pusher. The crown is the typical style of the 1920’s. The movement is a Landeron Hahn Lever 15 ½ with 17 jewels. I was wondering if there is common ancestry at the time of design as I found very similar style with Longines and one exact same model of an Eberhards watch. The watch comes with a red leather strap that fits perfectly well the color of the dial. I never saw the same watch before and consider it as a nice collectible piece.
Sabina is a trading brand of the company Paul Virgile Mathez which was established in 1919 in Tramelan, Switzerland. In 2004, Mr. Gurdeep Singh Kundan acquired the trademarks Vilor and Magalex from retiring Fred Virgile Mather. On page 174 of Eberhards volume 3 there is an ad for Mathey Bros, Mathez & Co. They seem to be importers of Swiss watches and had offices on Maiden Lane and Brassus, Switzerland. They call themselves manufacturers and importers. They were agents for C. H. Meylan and Omega.
Movement Landeron Hahn Lever line 15 ½ with 17 jewels and BHP 18000.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 39mm
Length including lugs: 45mm