1930s Bovet Val-84 "Mono-Rattra" 38mm Rare 1st-Ermetico Black Multi-Scale Dial

Manufacturer Bovet
Model Mono-Rattrapante Chronograph
Year of Manufacture 1930s
Reference no. 5347
Product no. A-6014
Bovet, Valjoux 84 powered, mono-rattrapante chronograph, stainless steel, ø 38 mm, very rare early type "Hermetico" model, circa late 1930s.

This is the first Ermetico case with a flat stepped bezel, different from the later inclined stepped bezel. The flat stepped bezel further enhances the dignity of the Ermetico case, and together with the black multi-scale dial with silver lettering by undercoating, it gives the watch a rugged taste reminiscent of Longines. The watch is equipped with a Valjoux Monoratrapante Chronograph Cal.84, which is considered exclusive to BOVET. It's a great piece for enthusiasts, with a massive and condensed dial design and an original movement that only an early waterproof case can provide.
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Item details

Serial no. ***
Caliber Val-84
Movement no. ---
Movement type Manual winding
Material Stainless steel
Case size 38mm
Case type Snap-Back, Water-Resistant
Dial Original
Type of Indices Print
Belt non Original (20mm, between lugs)
Evaluation case 93%
Evaluation dial 93%
Evaluation mov 94%
Condition 4.5
Rarity 5

Other details

Case: There are some minor scratches and aging, but the case is in good preservation, retaining its original shape and volume.

Dial: The dial has some age-related changes, but retains its original print and luster.

Movement: winding and chrono functions are good, accuracy is around 30 seconds per day.