1960s Vulcain Chronograph (Ref. 1376) Valjoux Cal. 7733
When you think of Vulcain, you probably think of the Cricket, the brand's semi-famous, cult-favorite alarm watch. But as you might expect, the brand that put a tiny, tinny alarm inside a watch had a few other fun pieces up their sleeves as well. Like this amazing chronograph from the 1960s, which features a bright and slightly colorful dial paired with the fantastic manual-wind Valjoux 7733 movement. It's a really beautiful piece that, while it might be quieter than the Cricket, lets its looks do all the talking.
|Material||Nickel Plated Brass W/ SS Case Back|
|Bracelet||2pc Handmade Leather Strap|
The nickel-plated brass case is in original and gently polished condition with minimal signs of use and the brass mid-case subtly showing through on the case edges. It retains its original unsigned crown and pushers. The stainless steel case back is clean, showing almost no signs of use. The watch will be supplied on a 2-piece handmade leather strap.
The bright silver dial is exceptional and features red and blue timing scales on the outer edge of the dial with a black minutes track. The hour markers feature onyx enamel inlays, which match those of the baton hour and minute hands and the all-black chronograph hand.
None. The watch is recently serviced and keeping time, backed by a 1-year warranty on accurate timekeeping.