Caliber 135 but not chronometer certified ...What do you think ?

Apr 11, 2024,18:29 PM

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Same analysis , thanks !

 By: leopold : April 12th, 2024-18:58

Pleasure! Go!

 By: amanico : April 12th, 2024-20:20


 By: lm6 : April 11th, 2024-19:30

Yes less is more ...

 By: leopold : April 12th, 2024-18:59

A beauty!

 By: mblum3 : April 11th, 2024-19:45
The dial has such a beautiful sheen.

Thank you for it !

 By: leopold : April 12th, 2024-18:59

Looks awesome! 👏

 By: Chronometer (aka yacomino) : April 11th, 2024-21:58


 By: gregcarraram3 : April 11th, 2024-22:19

Thanks !

 By: leopold : April 12th, 2024-19:01

It looks like it might have been some professionals pre-quartz, non-collector, daily wear.

 By: Steve E : April 12th, 2024-00:49
I mean that with the highest regard. Is this circa 1960's?

Can you post a photo of the back . . .

 By: Dr No : April 15th, 2024-16:40
. . . of your Zenith? There were cal 135 Zeniths without 'chronometer' text on the dial but they should have '2000' printed afaik. Art

The Zenith is probably authentic, then. It's . . .

 By: Dr No : April 16th, 2024-15:46
. . . possible a dial from an unrated watch was transplanted as these later 135s usually had '2000' in text on the dial as well. But I think it's correct altogether. I showed your photo to Bill Sohne and he believes it's ok, too. Art