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Up for grabs is an interesting one from Breitling! While it may appear based on its looks that this watch was produced in the 1940s or 50s, it was in fact produced during the 1980-1990s, and given the reference 130001. During the 1980-1990s, after Breitling was sold by Willy Breitling to Ernest Schneider, the newly managed company decided to create a number of limited editions using old parts unused from the factory. In this case, a 37mm “fancy lugs” rose gold chronograph with a day of the month and moonphase was made, with a dial likely produced in the 40-50s, and a vintage Venus 178 movement. Presumably, very few of these limited editions were produced, as they are incredibly difficult to track down. This Breitling chronograph remains in excellent condition, unpolished and sharp, and with a perfect dial, with no wear or damage.
18kt Rose Gold
Chronograph, Day, Moonphase, Time