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Vintage 1946 Montilier Telefoot Single Button Mono Pusher Chrono Stop Chronograph.

History:
The Montilier Telefoot watch from 1946 is a Stop-in-flight watch. The single push button allows the central needle
to be reset to zero, which does not count the seconds but the minutes. The time scale at the periphery of the dial highlights
the first forty-five minutes, recalling the half-time of the football matches. The movement is a Montilier caliber.
The name TELEFOOT comes from TELEphone timer and FOOTball timer

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Overview:

  • This watch is controlled by a button in the crown
  • Push Central Crown Pusher to Reset Chronograph
  • These often go for $1200 to $2300, so don't miss out on this deal! I'm going for a grail and need to move fast!


Working:
Runs beautifully!!


Movement:
Mechanical Hand-Winding Movement


  • 15 Jewel Montilier Caliber (IN HOUSE!!)
  • VERY CLEAN

Case:
10K Gold Plated


  • caseback reads: "FOND ACIER" "INOXYDABLE" "1147"

Dial & hands:


  • Nice 100% original (some slight Patina)
  • RESETS PERFECTLY TO ZERO!!
Crystal: Acrylic

Band:


  • Comes with Genuine Italian Leather M Band (18mm)

Size:
Width(Without the crown) ---- 36mm (45mm Lug to Lug)
Condition:


  • Crystal: some VERY superficial scratches that can easily be buffed out (I might have them buffed out this weekend)
  • Case: one minor ding, some minor wear from age
  • Band: BRAND NEW!!
  • RUNS VERY WELL AND WILL MAKE A BEAUTIFUL ADDITION SO ANY COLLECTION!!
Asking $1029 usd Or Best Offer. Please contact at [email protected]

Feel free to contact me with any questions! Thanks. -Joe




DISCLAIMER: I am not a watchmaker or a jeweler, just an enthusiast. This description is my honest opinion based on what I see. All watches listed WORK unless otherwise stated. All quartz models are tested and work at the time of sale but NOT ALL ARE SOLD WITH GOOD BATTERIES. All Mechanical watches work unless other wise stated but are NOT checked for accuracy

 
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