I live in Southern California, about 10 miles away from Hollywood Boulevard. I have been wearing this little “Cortébert “watch for a day or so. It’s an excellent watch! Marvelous how accurate some of these pieces made far before the advent of quartz technology really are. “Charm” is an overused word
This watch may not have much of a (financial) value, but it does not appear ( or feel) like “ junk”. I would like to have it serviced by someone who understands what it is. I live in California. Does anyone know who could treat this watch with care and respect here in the USA?
Has anybody ever heard of this “Cortébert”brand? I just inherited this watch from an uncle who bought it new in the 1950’s ( so the story goes). I think it’s a pretty cool watch and would like to learn something about it. It’s small (34mm) and is a manual-wind. I am thinking about getting it service
with One Watch. I have owned about 12 timepieces but most of them never see much wrist time. I ended up wearing a Patek Philippe 3940 in yellow gold for almost exactly 10 years. Before that , it was a Rolex GMT is Steel that I bought back in 1986. I wore that for 10 years. Then I wore a Patek 3970 f