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  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D
  • Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D

Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D

Brand:Zenith
Model:Gold Chronograph
Year:Late 1950’s
Material:18K Yellow Gold
Size - diameter excluding winding crown:34.5mm
Size - length including lugs:42mm
Condition:Very good
Price:Price: $2,395

Zenith 18K yellow gold chronograph with caliber 146D

Beautiful patina round creamy dial Zenith chronograph in 18K yellow gold. Each hour is marked with a gold baton and Arabic numeral for 12 o’clock. Two sub dials for minutes at 3 o’clock and seconds at 9 o’clock. The hands are in gold with baton style. You have an outside ring for Base Pulsations graduated up to 200. The case is in yellow gold with the number 548A839 outside. Inside the case you have engraved Zenith - Swiss, the hammer with number 104 – 18K .750 and the face woman poincon. The watch has a manual wind Zenith movement with caliber 146D and 17 jewels. The watch is in good working condition. The watch comes with a brown lizard band.

History

A man called Georges Favre Jacot set-up a company in 1865. He experienced a large successful offering pocket watches as accuracy as possible. In 1896, it won a gold medal at the Swiss National Exhibition. In 1960, Zenith takes over Martel Watch Co., which developed the calibers 285 and 749 for Universal. They became the 246 Zenith family. In 1969, Zenith introduces the first ever-automatic chronograph with central winding rotor, the mythical “El Primero”. Since 1999, the company is owned by LVMH. Their current leading products are “Chronomaster XXT”, the tourbillon chronograph, the “Traveler” and “Defy Xtreme”.

Technical details

Manual Wind Zenith movement with caliber 146D, Zenith Swiss Made with 17 jewels, 18,000 A/h.

Measurements

Diameter excluding winding crown: 34.5mm
Length including lugs: 42mm

Price: $2,395