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A time capsule: Lemania 15 TL from the 40's.

 By: amanico : April 1st, 2019-02:15
Credit picture; Christies. Olive pushers, lovely crown, timeless dial, a case with great proportions ( 37 mm ) but which wears bigger, and cherry on the cake, the condition! AND, the box, and... the papers? Yes, a lovely time capsule. And truly my cup of ...  

Truly superb!

 By: KMII : April 1st, 2019-02:17
Love it

stunning [nt]

 By: Passionata_george : April 1st, 2019-02:31

If memory serves...

 By: watchme : April 1st, 2019-06:36
I believe this is the time when Omega and Tissot owned Lemania and encouraged watch, not only movement, production. -Dean

My understanding is they were all one company under the group name SIHH.

 By: Ubik : April 2nd, 2019-04:12
Nico I believe Omega chronographs were all Lemania movements. The 15 TL was renamed the Omega 33.3. They also created the Lemania 27 ch which was the basis of the Omega 321. ...  

Stunning and amazing

 By: ChristianDK : April 1st, 2019-14:26
Time travel or the closest we get to it.

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 By: Ubik : April 2nd, 2019-04:16

Wow, the Nr 175!!! The funny thing with UTI is that...

 By: amanico : April 2nd, 2019-04:43
They also sold this one... Which is not a Lemania, nor a Chronograph housing a Lemania movement... While the text say: " For your clientele's satisfaction, do only sell one quality chronograph... " In fact, they meant two. ...  

Never seen a 15TL in such conditions but above all never with its own box and papers, which I believe are even rarer than the watch itself. The big radium numerals are just amazing!

 By: PP5170G : April 6th, 2019-07:33
I also believe that Lemania supplied Omega and consequentially Tissot with the 15TL calibre, renamed 33.3. For me the 15TL with, which stands in the Olympus of the chrono movements and which equipped some of the most beautiful chronos ever. However, as Ub... 

Of course, in the Olympus does not live only one God

 By: PP5170G : April 6th, 2019-07:50
Maybe the 13ZN is the greatest of them all...

What I think. [nt]

 By: amanico : April 6th, 2019-07:54

A watch made during the war years is very interesting.

 By: geross : April 6th, 2019-15:07
With demand at its lowest. A watch technician has all the time to master his craft. Without his superiors rushing him. And yes it looks in pristine condition. Like the owner completely forgot about it. As he was looking forward to use it in a better time....