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Breitling, Top Time, "Kronometer Stockholm", "Tillhör Televerket", chronograph, ca 1972.

25 000 - 35 000 SEK
2 230 - 3 130 EUR
2 370 - 3 320 USD
Hammer price
36 000 SEK
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Breitling, Top Time, "Kronometer Stockholm", "Tillhör Televerket", chronograph, ca 1972.

Case size: 38 mm
Material: steel
Movement: manual, caliber Venus 178 TJ
Year: circa 1972
Crystal: plastic crystal
Bracelet: leather strap
Reference number: 810
Serial number: 1'403'019
Inscription: Tillhör Televerket 74 020

Service December 2023. Damaged plastic crystal. Wear due to age and use.

The movement is running at the time of cataloguing, Bukowskis does not guarantee the future function of the movement. Please note that the movement has not been tested for timekeeping accuracy and may need a service at the buyer's expense. Watches have been opened to examine movements therefore no warranties are made that the watches are water-resistant. Potential buyers should inspect each watch to satisfy themselves as to condition. For more information, please read our Conditions of Purchase.


Offered by the original owner. Gift to him from Televerket in the early 1970s. He worked as a telecommunications technician in Stockholm. The watch was used for measuring equipment.

More information

Established in 1933, Kronometer Stockholm was a prominent Swedish retailer and distributor for Breitling in Sweden. The company specialized in the import and sale of watches for both professional and civilian use, until it ceased operations in the seventies. Many of the Breitling watches featured both the Breitling and Kronometer Stockholm logos on their dials, while others displayed the Kronometer Stockholm logo exclusively.

Kronometer Stockholm sold Breitling chronographs watches to the government-run company Televerket. Resulting in the creation of a timepiece that is distinguished by the Kronometer Stockholm logo on the dial and the engraved text "Tillhör Televerket" on the case back, which can be translated to "Belongs to Televerket".

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