Eterna Field Watch, Circa 1950s
$ 1,100 Sold Out
Eterna is one of the many storied names in Swiss watchmaking that deserves more attention in modern times. Founded in 1856, the ebauche maker gradually gathered steam in the twentieth century, patenting the first alarm wristwatch and later making waves with the innovative ‘Eterna-matic’ automatic movement in 1948. Around that time they became a household name thanks to the Thor Heyerdahl’s Kon-Tiki expedition. This epic Pacific trip saw the crew wear watches from Eterna, which named a collection after the famous voyage.
Year: 1950s Box/Papers: No Functions: Hours, minutes, small seconds. Material: Steel Dimension: 30mm Dial Cream with awesome patina Case: Steel Condition: Our pictures are an important part of the condition report – please scrutinise them in detail and feel free to ask any questions. Movement: Manual wind Lume: Radium Water Resistance:No waterproof guarantee is offered with vintage watches Strap: Leather strap Country of Manufacture: Switzerland
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