Movado. A stainless steel automatic triple calendar chronograph bracelet watch with moon phaseAstronic HS 360, Super Sub Sea, Ref:01 0010 436, Circa 1973

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Lot 192
Movado. A stainless steel automatic triple calendar chronograph bracelet watch with moon phase
Astronic HS 360, Super Sub Sea, Ref:01 0010 436, Circa 1973

Sold for US$ 3,500 inc. premium
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Movado. A stainless steel automatic triple calendar chronograph bracelet watch with moon phase
Astronic HS 360, Super Sub Sea, Ref:01 0010 436, Circa 1973
17-jewel Cal. 3019PHF self-winding movement, silvered dial, applied facetted baton numerals with luminous accents, outer fifths of a second track and raised tachymeter scale, luminous hands, central red chronograph hand, two blue engine-turned subsidiary dials for 30 minute register and constant seconds, silvered engine-turned subsidiary dial at 6 for 12 hour register combined with moon phase, aperture at 2 for month, aperture at 10 for day, date aperture between 4 and 5, brushed and polished tonneau shaped case, polished bezel, two round chronograph buttons, screw down crown, screw back engraved with the Zenith star, stainless steel bracelet with signed locking clasp, case, dial, and movement signed
45mm overall length

Footnotes

  • From the end of the 1960's through the early 1980's, Movado and Zenith were part of the same holding company, and during that period of time shared movements and parts. The Movado Astronic HS360 watches were produced with Zenith's El Primero caliber 3019 PHF movement, and shares a similar dial design as the Zenith Espada models. The most notable difference between the two models are different hour markers, and the Movado Astronic movement contains 17 jewels while the Zenith Espada contains 31 jewels. Both models were produced in two series, with the first series of both featuring the Zenith star on the case back.
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