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MATHEY-TISSOT Limited Edition 1970 Chronograph

MATHEY-TISSOT Limited Edition 1970 Chronograph

Brand: Mathey-Tissot
Year: 2020
Model:  1970
Reference: -
Material: Stainless Steel
Movement: Valjoux 7750
Case diameter without crown: 41 mm
Bracelet/Strap: two leather straps
Service-history: unworn


MATHEY-TISSOT Limited Edition 1970 Chronograph


Here we have a beautiful MATHEY-TISSOT Chronograph, a wonderful example of a classic chronograph with a remarkable connection to the legendary MATHEY-TISSOT from the 1960s/70s.This WRISTCLASSIC comes with a stainless steel case in unworn condition with sharp edges. Original dating to the 1970s this classic model measures 41 mm. The dial is just stunning. Deep black dial colour, a beautiful red stop hand and the clean Mathey-Tissot writing is just breathtaking. There are different racing sports-chronographs on the market. But this beautiful example from Mathey-Tissot is surely one of the coolest and most diserable you can get. This chrono was launched as a reedition of the famous  1970 Chrongraph in a limited edition of 900 pieces. Powered by a Valjoux 7750 movement, running strong and keeping time well, it is ready for its job. The watch comes with the original instructions, original box and 2 different leatherstrap same as with a pen. 


Mathey-Tissot, not to be confused with the firm Tissot, was founded in 1886 by Edmond Mathey-Tissot in Les Ponts-de-Martel, Switzerland, and specialized in complicated pocket watches. However, the firm soon began to manufacture high-quality chronograph movements. During the 1914 Kew Observatory competition, Mathey-Tissot entered six observatory chronometers with split seconds timing, which all achieved a “Class A ‘ rating with the note that they were “especially good”.

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