Interesting. '52-3 is still a good guess, I think.
I suspect this unusual piece might also be from Besançon, home of the hollow star:
A Zenith-branded Martel Cal 1111.
Simply brilliant historical shot
Thanks. More brilliant now with a less jarring orientation.
i would like to present modification of cal 120 T as a RR Extra
You know, nastrucjowa, you really ought to start a new thread for the very nice pieces you are posting. They will be much easier to find that way in the future than to dig though a thread with a nonspecific title.
Wow nastrucjowa, fantastic watches...so, so nice!
Those railroad "chronometers" are quite cool and unusual. Thanks for sharing.
But it will be a lot of new topics
No worries, keep them coming
not at problem. We are not charging by the thread!
Very nice sir!
Very nice desk clock. Antiquorum sold one last week for $3400 (before buyer's premium). I think that one and yours are the only two I've seen outside of Rossler and yours is in excellent condition.
J-Luc, I love these old Italian air force cockpit clocks, and I haven't seen that one before
Here's a Universal version
Forget the puny 57.5mm Type 20 Montre d'Aeronef reissue.
The original full-size model is the only way to go.
Lous, i also have the same.
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