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Gallet MultiChron "Pre-Jim Clark" Trop Black Gilt Dial EP40 Vintage

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Condition Pre-owned
Scope of delivery No original box, no original papers
Availability Ready to ship in 3-5 days
Expected delivery Jul 23, 2020 - Jul 31, 2020
Payment Method
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Reviews: 11
This dealer is from Bradenton, United States of America.
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Basic Info

Listing number 8I3TT3
Brand Gallet
Movement Manual winding
Case material Steel
Bracelet material Leather
Year 1949 (Approximation)
Condition Good (Light signs of wear or scratches)
Scope of delivery No original box, no original papers
Gender Men's watch/Unisex
Location United States of America, Florida, Bradenton


Movement Manual winding


Case material Steel
Case diameter 36 mm


Bracelet material Leather
Lug width 18 mm Size guide


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An early Gallet MultiChron 12H “pre-Jim Clark”, circa the late 1940’s or early 1950’s. Gallet’s watchmaking roots run deep, tracing back centuries to the year 1466. For perspective, Leonardo DaVinci could have owned a Gallet watch, as he was born in 1452 and lived until 1519. Today the marque remains the worlds oldest watchmaker still in operation.

This example features a scarce and desirable gloss black dial with galvanized silver “gilt” reverse markings, to which age has lent a hint of tropical brown. Outer telemeter scale, 1/5 seconds track and 12H chronograph counter. The solid stainless steel case remains unpolished in very good overall condition, and measures 36mm excluding the original crown. The crown is slightly tilted as seen in the photos but is structurally sound and fully functional. Excelsior Park EP 40 column wheel chronograph movement is winding, running well and keeping time, with all functions operating properly.

Delivered on a modern leather strap with generic steel buckle.


Stainless steel
36mm (excluding original signed crown) x 18mm between lugs
Case number: 926934


EP 40
Hand winding
17 jewels
Serial number:


Factory original gloss black tropical
Radium filled arabic indices
Original silver radium filled syringe hands
Original silver chronograph hands
Signed “GALLET”, “SWISS”,

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