1930s Eberhard Cal.16 Chronograph Porcelain Dial Rare Bar Index in 40mm Staybrite

Manufacturer Eberhard
Model Chronograph
Year of Manufacture 1930s
Reference no. ---
Product no. A-6216
Eberhard, Cal.16''', oversized ø 40 mm, chronograph, rare porcelain dial, circa 1930s.

It is equipped with the Cal.16 line, which features Everard's original hack function: the 2 o'clock button for start, stop and reset, and the sliding 4 o'clock button, which at first glance appears to be a button, but when slid upwards while the chronograph is running, the hack mechanism is activated. The rare porcelain dial, found only in early models, is a wonderful combination of telemeter, snail tachymeter and bullet-shaped indexes. It comes with a later genuine box and an external bracelet (suitable for wrist circumference up to 20cm).
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Item details

Serial no. 4,***
Caliber 10'''
Movement no. ---
Movement type Manual winding
Material Staybrite
Case size 40mm
Case type Snap back Non-Water-resistant
Dial Original
Type of Indices Porcelain
Belt Non-original (fixed, lug width: 20mm)
Evaluation case 93%
Evaluation dial 95%
Evaluation mov 93%
Condition 4.5
Rarity 4.5

Other details

Case: minor scratches and age spots, but retains original shape and volume.

Dial: very clean with no visible scratches or stains.

Movement: no problems with winding or chronograph functions. Accuracy is around 40 seconds per day.