A set of two wristwatches composed of a pink gold chronograph wristwatch with black dial, tear drop lugs and box and a stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with white dial and bracelet

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  • Condition Report

  • Manufacturer: Chronoswiss and Ebel
    Year: Circa 1995 and circa 2005
    Reference No: a) CH7401R
    b) 9'137'241

    Movement No: a) 02'930
    Case No: a) 01'013
    b) 64'505'000

    Model Name: a) KlassiK
    b) Le Modulor

    Material: a) 18K pink gold
    b) Stainless steel

    Calibre: a) Automatic, cal. 7750, 25 jewels
    b) Automatic, cal. 137, 27 jewels

    Bracelet/Strap: a) Leather
    b) Stainless steel Ebel bracelet, end links stamped 6024 CH, max length 200mm

    Clasp/Buckle: a) 18K pink gold Chronoswiss pin buckle
    b) Stainless steel Ebel deployant clasp

    Dimensions: a) 37mm Diameter
    b) 36mm Diameter

    Signed: a) Case, dial and movement signed
    b) Case, dial and movement signed

    Accessories: a) Accompanied by Chronoswiss presentation box with outer packaging and open papers.

  • Catalogue Essay

    Founded in the early 1980s by Gerd-Rüdiger Lang, Chronoswiss raison d’être, was to offer mechanical watches presenting interesting complications with designs inspired from the golden era of watchmaking at attractive prices.
    Lang, a trained watchmaker spent the largest part of his career at Heuer but early 1980 at the height of the quartz crisis he was let go. Not accepting defeat, he launched not only a brand making exclusively mechanical watches but it is believed that Chronoswiss was the first brand to systematically offer sapphire casebacks on its watches as to show the mechanical movement beating inside.
    The present Klassik is reminiscent of the golden age of chronographs with its classically sized 37mm case, its strong facetted lugs, black dial and gilt lettering.
    In superb condition the present Klassik would be a perfect watch for the budding collector looking for a timepiece providing for great value.
    The present set is completed by a stainless steel Ebel, Le Modulor. This sportive and masculine chronograph perfectly embodies the Ebel DNA with its curved, almost wavy case and bracelet. Powered by one of the most famous caliber, the El Primero, this watch is part of an exclusive family fitted with the historical first automatic chronograph movement. The silver and white dial beautifully complement the case and confer this watch a pure and very well balance style. A watch to wear everyday as sport of elegant timepiece.

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This Lot is to be Sold with No Reserve

Ref. a) CH7401R b) 9'137'241
A set of two wristwatches composed of a pink gold chronograph wristwatch with black dial, tear drop lugs and box and a stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with white dial and bracelet

Circa 1995 and circa 2005
a) 37mm Diameter
b) 36mm Diameter

a) Case, dial and movement signed
b) Case, dial and movement signed

Estimate
CHF3,500 - 5,000 
€3,100-4,500
$3,500-5,000

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Contact Specialist
Alexandre Ghotbi
Head of Sale
+ 41 79 637 1724
aghotbi@phillips.com

The Geneva Watch Auction: NINE

Geneva Auction 11-12 May 2019