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Mido, Multi-Centerchrono, chronograph, ca 1945.

30 000 - 40 000 SEK
2 640 - 3 520 EUR
2 790 - 3 720 USD
Hammer price
26 000 SEK
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Mido, Multi-Centerchrono, chronograph, ca 1945.

Case size: 35 mm
Material: steel
Movement: manual, caliber 1300 (Valjoux VZ)
Year: circa 1945
Crystal: plastic crystal
Bracelet: leather strap
Case number: 0'966 / 1'470'966

Wear due to age and use. Radium dial with patina. Minute and hour hands likely replaced. 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.

More information

The legendary Multicenterchrono, which was mass-produced from 1941, was the first chronograph to display the elapsed time using an indicator placed in the centre of the watch (and of the field of vision), guaranteeing optimal legibility when measuring the time. The hour and minute hands, along with the chronograph seconds and minute hands, were set at the very centre – and not in counters inside sub-dials at 3, 6 or 9 o'clock – hence the name "Multicenterchrono". (