Universal Genève Ref. 52508 Universal Geneve Aero Compax oro giallo 14 K. Calibro 287. Diam. 37 mm
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|Case material||Yellow gold|
|Year of production||1940|
|Condition||(Worn with little to no signs of wear)|
|Scope of delivery||
No original box, no original papers
|Case material||Yellow gold|
|Case diameter||37 mm|
|Clasp material||Yellow gold|
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universal Geneve, Aero -Compax, Ref. 52508 (movement caliber 287), rare wristwatch, 14K yellow gold chronograph with counters, tachymeter scale and Memento. Made about 1940
case: Three bodies, solid, polished and satin-finished, press-fit back. dial: Silver, "gold dot" hour markers (rare), external division of minutes/seconds, counters for 12 hours, 30 minutes, seconds and memento, external tachymeter scale. With its gold baton spheres, the Aero-Compax was the first wrist in the world to have, in addition to the time and chronograph function of timer and hour counter, also the indication, in a small dial at 12 o'clock, of a memento, that is a time to remember; this small square is operated by a system of wheels placed under the dial, moved by a crown at 9 o'clock. The first patent was filed by the Geneva-based company on November 6, 1940, but was not registered until December 15, 1944.
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