Valjoux Flieger Chronograph Caliber 22 - 38mm

two-tone dial - stepped bezel - snail scale

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This is a rare 1940 Valjoux 22 Flieger chronograph.

The silver dial has two sub registers with small running seconds at 9 o'clock and a 30 minute counter at 3 o'clock. It is a so-called two-tone dial. The sub-dials appear lighter or darker than the main dial, depending on the viewing angle. The hands have the popular leaf shape (feuille). The red telemeter and snail scale in the center provide a sporty character to this watch.

Thanks to the large 38mm diameter, the chronograph looks impressive on the wrist. The stepped bezel is also special and rare.

The most amazing thing about this watch is the preserved condition, especially considering its advanced age of over 80 years.

Condition report
Dial: excellently preserved - natural patina on the silver surface - signed "Swiss Made".

Case: light wear marks - sharp lugs - visible engravings on the back: KLM-Nav.

Movement: manual wind caliber Valjoux 22 - timegrapher: rate deviation: 58s/day, amplitude: 254, beat error: 0.0ms.

A 1940s pilot's chronograph with a large 38mm case and classic dial design. A super cool and casual vintage watch for daily wear.

Case number: 213xxx

Int.Exe.: 14214

Manufacturer: Valjoux

Model: Flieger Chronograph

Functions: chronograph - small running second - hour and minute - telemeter scale - 30 minutes counter - screwed-on caseback

Material: Stainless steel

Dial: silver

Watch glass: acrylic crystal

Bracelet: leather

Type of clasp: pin buckle

Diameter: 38mm

Caliber name: Valjoux 22

Movement type: manual wound

Year of Manufacture: 1948

Overall condition: 9 - has rarely been worn - top condition

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