Ignore the crappy strap...
Guys do you know how many pieces was produced?
Not very vintage but getting there!
3 Zenith from 1969
Just picked up this piece of history. Has issues but for $25 I couldn’t say no.
Just received this one (odd size for the bracelet, and given the dial colors it won't be easy to find something good looking!) :
Grey suede? May look awesome
Yep, good idea
A little offtopic but I want to share this ad from the norwegian week magazine
«Hjemmet» February 1969
Zenith, by UG.
Yes, made by Universal Geneve but with Zenith brand on it.
Both Zenith and UG used Chronograph movements supplied by Martel hence the similarities. Eventually Zenith bought Martel and developed their own movements.
I am not speaking about movements parts The case is a UG-factory case with UG serial and reference number (you eventually could easily check it on Sala's book). The dial is basically a UG Compax dial, with the Zenith mark on it.
Inside there's a 156H movement and not a 285 of course. But the movement basis are the same.
I am new to watches, I picked this up. I've researched it, and all I know it has a 2572 movement, it was a 70s . I saw somewhere Zenith didn't always have model numbers or they went by movement numbers. Could this be the case here?
Sorry also new to forums watch pictures, and digital photos. Thank you for any help you can provide
and here the one I've been hunting for quite some time
Something different today: 2 small size Zenith rectangular watches (same size with the original JLC Reverso) from the 30s-40s I believe. Just have it serviced, running at COSC spec now! Wow! That’s really something for these almost 100 years old watch.
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