Vintage Lemania Automatic Chronograph Men’s Watch cal. 1341 1970s

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Up for sale a vintage Lemania automatic chronograph men's watch from 1970s. The watch is in good working condition the chronograph works perfectly - starts, stops and restarts well. Scratch on the case at 11 o'clock, 2 register on the dial, date indication. The movement is fully service before 2 days.

$1,200.00

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Up for sale a vintage Lemania automatic chronograph men’s watch from 1970s. The watch is in good working condition the chronograph works perfectly – starts, stops and restarts well. Scratch on the case at 11 o’clock, 2 register on the dial, date indication. The movement is fully service before 2 days. Back cover engraved inside – “Carrure-Lunette”.

History:
Lemania was a Swiss watch manufacturer and manufacturer of watch movements.
It was founded in 1884 by Alfred Lugrin (1858-1920), who had trained at Jaeger-LeCoultre. Lugrin received awards and gold medals at exhibitions in Milan in 1906 and in Berne in 1914. Until 1930, the factory was called Lugrin SA, until Lugrin’s son-in-law Marius Meylan established the brand name Lemania Watch Co., based in l’Orient.
In 1932, Lemania, Omega and Tissot merged to form the SSIH group.

Features: Chronograph, date indication, tachymetre

Glass: Acrylic – new

Case diameter: 39.0 mm without crown

Case material: Gold plated

Band material:  New leather – 20 mm

Band color: Brown

Display: Analog

Movement: Automatic movement on Lemania caliber 1341.

Number of Jewels: 17 jewels

Year of Manufacture: 1970s

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Lemania