Model: Two-Register Chronograph ref. 3256; Swiss Made circa 1960s
Case: Solid stainless steel case with screw-down back is approximately 36mm excluding the original Wittnauer signed crown
Strap: 18mm textured taupe hand-made calfskin strap (Hermès style) with stainless steel tang buckle
Movement: Wittnauer cal. 14Y (base Landeron cal. 248) manual-winding chronograph movement (17 jewels); Swiss Made
Features: Stunning original dial with unique patina has aged from white to a salmon color; original "alpha" hands; original blued-steel register hands; 30-minute chronograph recording capability; solid stainless steel case with screw-down back
Condition: Fantastic original condition overall with minor honest wear consistent with age and use; original dial has aged to an incredible salmon color with all luminous plots present and in tact; original "alpha" hands with all luminous material in tact and matching yellow patina; original blued-steel register hands (yes, the small sub-register hands are supposed to be different); solid stainless steel case is razor sharp and appears to be unpolished while retaining its original edges and bevels; a couple minor toolmarks on the caseback; a few superficial scratches on the domed acrylic crystal
Other: If you're looking for a unique vintage watch without it standing out like a sore thumb, look no further than this superb 1960s Wittnauer chronograph. The dial on this watch was born white and has aged to an incredible salmon color throughout; surely it is one of a kind. And who doesn't love a good salmon dial chronograph in a crisp stainless steel case? This watch has everything going for it and we can personally guarantee that you won't find another one exactly like it!