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Bovet was founded in 1822 by Swiss watchmaker, douard Bovet. Bovet chronographs were sold by Bovet Freres in the early 1940s and by Favre-Leuba from 1948 to 1950. Before Favre-Leuba bought Bovet, the logo on the dial of Bovet watches simply had the name of the company in a typical typeface, but in the early 1940s their watches had their stylized logo without the “Freres”.
The watch offered here today is an early monopusher chronograph, utilizing a Cal. 15 movement. It is housed in a chrome case, which was typical for Bovet during this era. The watch is in good vintage condition. The case shows some wear to the plating, but the lugs are still thick and even. The dial shows wear consistent with age, with minor discoloration, but not to the bright blue, black and red tri-color tracks around the edges of the dial.
Chrome and Steel