1950s Edo "Multicontrole" 37mm Split Second Chronograph 3Color&Scaled Dial (Mint Condition)

Manufacturer Edo
Model "Multicontrole" Split Second Chronograph
Year of Manufacture 1950s
Reference no. ---
Product no. B-10801

¥396,000 (with tax)

¥360,000 (without tax)

Manufactured in the 1950s, this "Edo" Landeron Cal.51-equipped simple split-second chronograph features a two-tone three-color scale dial and is in excellent condition. It is equipped with the Landeron Cal.51, known for its "Index Mobile" by Derby & Chaldenblan. It possesses a simple split-second function that allows for the measurement of intermediate times by pressing the button coaxial with the crown while the chronograph, also known as Monoratrapant, is in operation. It achieves the split-second function, one of the complex mechanisms, in a simplified manner, and its unique design with a spiral-shaped hairspring on the dial demonstrates unparalleled originality. Overall, it is in superb condition, and a leather strap believed to be from that time is included. The Cal.51 it houses operates with the button at the 2 o'clock position for starting and restarting the chronograph, while the button at the 4 o'clock position is used for stopping and resetting.
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Item details

Serial no. ---
Caliber Landeron-51
Movement no. ---
Movement type Manual winding
Material Stainless steel back
Case size 37mm
Case type Snap back Non-Water-resistant
Dial Original
Type of Indices Print
Belt Non Original (between lugs:19mm)
Evaluation case 95%
Evaluation dial 95%
Evaluation mov 95%
Condition 5
Rarity 4.5

Other details

Case: Good condition with some minor scratches and age, but still in good condition with original shape and volume.

Dial: very clean with no visible scratches or stains. It also retains a faint iridescent oil film.

Movement: the movement is unadjusted and will be delivered after maintenance.