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FS: Vintage Türler Manual Wind – Beautiful Dial
November 12, 2017 02:41PM
Founded in Bienne, Switzerland in 1883 as a watch manufactury, the Türler family would eventually branch out into into the jewelery business in 1907 and open their first boutique in Zürich. Over the years the company has retailed numerous watches through their outlets, often co-branding with Omega, JLC and Vacheron. It is very rare to find a watch branded solely under the Türler name. After over 120 years, Türler continues on and is one of the few remaining independently owned operations in the watch and jewelry business and still remains under family control.

Here is a very rare example of a Türler manual wind that looks to date to the 1950s and was rarely seen outside of the Swiss domestic market. The original champagne dial is in EXCELLENT condition. Zero patina and zero age spots. Applied markers are free of corrosion and the cross-hair sud dial completes its sleek vintage look.



The case measures in at a nice 33.5mm and the all-dial vintage design makes it wear well.

Here's a shot on my 7.5 inch wrist to give an idea as to the size.



Caseback has a few scuffs and wear.



The Türler-signed 17-jewel movement (Peseux 320 base) is very clean and keeping great time. It features Incabloc shock protection and is nicely finished complete with pin stripping.



The watch will ship on an NOS lizard band to complete the vintage package.

Unique watch that you will NEVER see again, great price of only $60 shipped anywhere in the USA.

Email: papertrader71@yahoo.com

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