1940s Eberhard Cal.16 Step-Bezel Chronograph Silver Snail Dial in 40mm 18K Yellow Gold

Manufacturer EBERHARD
Model Chronograph
Year of Manufacture 1940s
Reference no. ---
Product no. B-10705

¥1,650,000 (with tax)

¥1,500,000 (without tax)

This is a description of a timepiece from the 1940s. It's an Éberhard watch featuring the Cal.16 line, housed in an 18K yellow gold case with a step design and a silver snail dial. The Cal.16 line comes with Éberhard's unique hacking function. The chronograph functions (start, stop, reset) are controlled by buttons at the 2 o'clock position, while what appears to be a button at the 4 o'clock position is actually a slide mechanism. When slid upwards during chronograph operation, it activates the hacking mechanism. The watch boasts a commanding presence with its oversized 40mm case and intricate dial design, including telemeter and snail tachymeter scales, surpassing other brands of the same era. Its high quality and innovative design showcase its uniqueness splendidly. The solid 18K gold oversized case adds to its allure with a sense of weightiness unique to its size.
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Item details

Serial no. 1,006,***
Caliber 16
Movement no. 23,***
Movement type Manual winding
Material 18K Yellow Gold
Case size 40mm
Case type Snap back Non-Water-resistant
Dial Original
Type of Indices Print
Belt non Original (fix,between lugs 20mm )
Evaluation case 93%
Evaluation dial 93%
Evaluation mov 93%
Condition 4.5
Rarity 4.5

Other details

Case: Minor scratches and age, but in good condition with original shape and volume, and well-preserved hallmarks. The hinges are not loose.

Dial: slight signs of age, but still retains its luster and fine print.

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