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Lot 23: Mondia, Friendship Diver Wristwatch, Switzerland, 1970s
October 19, 2016
Berlin, Berlin, GermanyLive Auction
Mondia Friendship Diver wristwatch
Manual wind movement; hour, minute, second, date
Blue dial, luminescent hands, bidirectional bezel, luminescent line indices
Watch case, crown and pin buckle of stainless steel, strap of leather
Watch case no. 76-644-71
The watch has recently been revised by a watchmaker
Case diameter: 37 mm; Height: 10 mm
Length of strap: approx. 16.5 cm; Lugs width: 18 mm
Overall weight: 45 g
Fully functional, good condition with minor traces of wear, bezel slightly scratched, dial minimally worn in places
The wristwatch has been recently revised by a watchmaker. It is in a good condition with minor traces of wear. The bezel is slightly scratched and the dial is minimally worn in places. During in-house testing, the watch was fully functional. Long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. The watch case measures 37 mm in diameter and 10 mm in height. The strap is approx. 16.5 cm long and the lugs width measures 18 mm. The timepiece weighs 45 grams. (nlu)
Paul Wermot founded the Swiss watch manufacture on the 23rd of August 1935. The ability of the watchmaker for precision and his passion for mechanics brought the company success and a growing clientele. Mondia was also able to establish its position on the European market, since the continuous development of the models, the use of quality materials and a progressive production made the company very attractive – especially for Italian customers, with which many designs were adjusted. The company grew and grew until Mondia became part of Zenith in 1970 and lastly merged into the holding company Mondia-Zenith-Movado.
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