1940’s Movado Triple-Date Calendar 14k Rose Gold on Stainless Steel

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Beautiful vintage 1940's Art Deco era Movado triple date calendar wristwatch with wonderful factory original bullseye style tropic dial in a rare 14k rose gold capped over stainless steel case on a gorgeous deep black genuine croc strap, freshly serviced here at Meticulous with our full 1 year mechanical warranty. This superb quality 1940's Movado has that wonderful vintage look on the wrist with light aging to the dial and a smaller size case at 32mm in diameter, it just oozes vintage style. There are two quick-set pushers on the 3:00 side of the case which set the month and pointer date features. A stunning, high grade timepiece from the heyday of the famous Movado Watch Co.

Circa: 1940's

Style: Art Deco, Calendar

Case: Superb quality solid stainless steel case with thick 14k rose gold cap, measuring 32mm in diameter excluding the crown with 17mm lug spacing fitted with a deep black genuine crocodile strap and stainless steel buckle.  Signed inside the case back Stainless Steel with the Movado logo, Fab Suisse with serial and model number 14777.

Dial: Original factory printed bullseye style two-tone dial with outer 1/5th seconds track printed in red, date chapter in blue, applied rose gold hour numbers and dots with day and month apertures at 9:00 and 3:00 respectively. Signed Movado, Switzerland. Four original hands are also in excellent condition with a red-tipped date pointer, rose gold baton hour and minutes with black centre seconds. 

Movement: Famous Movado caliber 475 manual wind triple-calendar complicated movement signed Movado Factories 15 Jewels, Swiss Made.  Serviced by our watchmaker here at Meticulous and in excellent working condition with our full 1 year mechanical warranty.

Note: Never quick-set calendar watches like this one between the times of 10pm to 2am as during that time the calendar gears inside the movement are engaged and can be damaged if you press the quick-set button too hard.