Yema Rallygraf Super 93012 Full Set

racing chrono - beautiful design - rare full set

One of the reasons why vintage Yema watches are so popular is their impressive dial design. Here you see a rare chronograph from the 1970s - Yema Rallygraf Ref. 93012. In addition to its excellent condition, this vintage chronograph scores with its full set, consisting of box and papers, which makes this watch an exceptional collector's item.

Yema was founded in 1948 by the French watchmaker Henry Louis Belmont. The Rallygraf model came on the market in the late 1960s. The Rallygraf became famous after Mario Andretti won the Indy 500 with this model in 1969. Due to the popularity of the Rallygraf, this model has been reissued several times since then.

The vintage model offered here is in an unpolished condition with deeply engraved numbers on the case back. The stunning dial is preserved immaculate. The black and white pattern is reminiscent of the checkered racing flag. The red accents also make up a sporty look. The sub-dial with a small second is located at 3 o'clock. The chronograph minute counter is at 9 o'clock. At 6 o'clock there is a 12-hour totalizer, which also shows the numbers 15, 18, 21, 24, which were very useful in a 24-hour race. The watch is powered by the manual-wound Valjoux caliber 7736, which is extremely reliable and works perfectly.

This Yema is accompanied by the original box and the original manual. All in all a super rare collector's item.

Serial number: 824xxx (1971)

Int.Exe.: 25425

Manufacturer: Yema

Model: Rallygraf Super

Reference: 93012

Functions: chronograph - tachymeter - screwed-on caseback

Material: Stainless steel

Dial: black/white

Watch glass: plexiglass

Delivery Contents: manual - Box

Bracelet: leather

Type of clasp: pin buckle

Diameter: 39mm

Caliber name: Valjoux 7736

Movement type: manual wound

Year of Manufacture: 1971

Overall condition: 9 - has rarely been worn - unpolished


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