Favre-Leuba dress watch, circa 1955. With a Felsa 699 "bidynator," the first automatic that wound in both directions per Hampel. Favre-Leuba goes WAY back to a claimed founding in 1737, but was pretty much KIA in the 70's. They made some pretty famous watches like the "Bivouac" (barometer) and the "Bathy" with a diving depth measure. They were prety big in India for a time.

So classy!

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So classy!

$99 eBay special ;)

Classic and gorgeous TJ