Leonidas Landeron 187 Chronograph Generalüberholt
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|Year of production||1945 (Approximation)|
|Condition||Good (Light signs of wear or scratches)|
|Scope of delivery||
No original box, no original papers
|Case diameter||35 mm|
|Water resistance||Not water resistant|
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The company Leonidas was founded in 1841 in Saint-Imier / Switzerland and merged with Ed Heuer in 1964. After Heuer became tag Heuer, the name Leonidas disappeared from the market.
The manual winding movement Landeron 187 with chronograph is fully functional.
The watch dates from the 40s.
In September 2020, a total overhaul was performed at the master watchmaker Stupp in Cologne (invoice 500€). The mainspring, the spring rod, the plexiglass were replaced, the case was rechromed and the hands were newly illuminated.
The leather strap is also as good as new.
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