MOVADO Calendoplan Steel 1950s
Material: Stainless steel
Movement: 17 Jewels manual-wind
Case diameter without crown: 34 mm
Bracelet/Strap: Black leather strap
What you should know: Taubert (i.e. "FB") case, featuring nicely chamfered lugs. Cream dial. Semi-recessed crown, excellent condition throughout. Servicehistory unknown.
MOVADO Calendoplan Handwind Steel 1950s
Here we have a Movado Calendoplan from the 1950s, a wonderful example of a classic and elegant timepiece. This Movado Calendoplan is in outstanding condition. Featuring a beautiful creamy dial with gold markers and a stunning red date wheel. This stunning WRISTCLASSIC comes with Taubert (i.e. “FB”) case in great condition with chamfered lugs. Dating to the 1950s this classic model measures 34 mm. The dial is allover in clean condition presenting a nice cross hair. This WRISTCLASSIC is powered by a 17 jewels manual-wind movement. Excellent condition throughout movement, running strong and keeping time, even though the servicehistory remains unknown. The watch comes with an unworn black leather strap. This Movado Calendoplan is a beautiful timpiece and hard to find in this outstanding condition. It’s a true WRISTCLASSIC with perfect proportions, timeless styling, and a great reference to the 50s. It is a splendid model inside and out, so be ready for the constant compliments sure to come your way.
Movado was founded under the name LAI Ditescheim & Freres SA in 1881 in La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland. The company changed its name to Movado in 1905. Movado has the meaning "always in motion" in Esperanto. This watch company is specially known for its minimalist style.