Vintage 1970's, serviced and restored Henri Sandoz & Fils, Swiss, 17 jewel, maritime, blue nautical dial wristwatch


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    If you, or someone you know, is a maritime enthusiast, it's "All Ahead Full" for this vintage Swiss wristwatch from the 1970's.

    This is a handsome, rare, Swiss vintage Henri Sandoz & Fils men's wristwatch in beautiful restored and serviced condition!

    It features a 37.5 mm bright chrome-plated case, excluding crown and lugs, with fancy bezel.

    The sea blue dial features a ships engine room's full telegraph motif, complimented by bold green hour and blue minute hands, bright yellow center sweep, and white outer chapter with olive hour markers.

    Finally, to complete the restoration, the 17 jewel, Swiss manual wind unsigned movement, has been cleaned & serviced and is keeping excellent time.

    This beautiful timepiece features a snap-down back and has been fitted with a new embossed man-made embossed black leather strap with green contrasting stitching and stainless buckle that suites it perfectly.

    Stock code S-9


    Henri Frédéric Sandoz born in 1851, founded Henri Sandoz & Cie., in the 1870s and would later produce complicated watches under the name of Cyma. He later created a watchmaking firm in Malleray, Switzerland with the Schwob family. Their new business was known as Tavannes Watch Co. By the time of Sandoz's death in 1913, many of the watches produced by the firm were made under the name of Henri Sandoz & Fils. The scant and scattered history of the Sandoz brand is palpable and becomes further diluted, as the Tavannes company also went by many other names such as Tavannes-Cyma, Bijou Watch Co., Tacy Watch Co., and Lisca. But it doesn't stop there...

    Since 1971 the Sandoz brand has been parceled off into four lines of production. This created four separate brands, Sandoz Swiss, Sandoz Singapore, Sandoz Hong Kong, and Sandoz Spain, with each brand having their own line of watches, and Sandoz Swiss being the highest quality of them all.

    We offer free first class shipping on our watches and ship internationally for a flat fee of $34.00 to assure prompt, safe, and secure shipping to our customers.

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    We are Stonehenge Watch Company and have been selling vintage timepieces and new watches on the internet for over 14 years with hundreds of satisfied customers.

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