Timepiece from a Swiss watchmaker.
The Swiss watch and watch movement factory Lemania was founded in 1884 by Alfred Lugrin (1858-1920), who had acquired his specialist knowledge working as a labourer at Jaeger-LeCoultre in Le Sentier.
The factory operated under the name Lugrin S.A. until 1930, when Lugrin's son-in-law Marius Meylan established the brand name Lemania Watch Co. with headquarters in L'Orient. In 1932 Lemania, Omega and Tissot became partners. Through close collaboration with Omega, fantastic chronograph calibres emerged.
Rare collector's watch by Lemania. Mint condition.
This timepiece was manufactured around 1950.
Watch size: 40 mm without crown. Weight 57 g
Black dial. Two sub-dials. Small second hand at nine o'clock. Chronograph at three o'clock. All numerals and scales are gold-coloured as are the hands. Refinished dial.
Movement cal. 15TL in original condition - 17 jewels - Movement in working condition - a calibre which makes the hearts of collectors beat faster. A manufacture movement of masterful quality. Signed Lemania. Calibre mark next to the balance.
Marked with 18K 0,750 126 inside the back lid, also marked 32 O T
This timepiece is in very good condition.
Leather strap, light brown 20 mm - length 24 cm
Pictures are part of the description.
Insured shipment with Austrian postal service.
- Großer 18Kt Goldarmbanduhr Chronograph Kaliber 15TL
- Schweiz um 1950
- Carica manuale
- Materiale cassa
- Oro rosa
- Finezza materiale
- 18 carati
- 40mm senza corona - Rosegold - Manifattura Kal.2010
- Cronografo da polso
- Spedizione assicurata
- Indossato e in ottime condizioni