Doxa TPT 407
Doxa was founded by Georges Ducommun as Georges Ducommun, Fabriques Doxa in 1889 in Le Locle, Switzerland. The company rose to prominence with the 1908 introduction of an 8-day watch movement that proved its value on the wrists of German soldiers in World War I. Doxa returned to the battlefield in World War II with a series of popular chronographs used by German aviators. In 1967, Doxa introduced the "Sub", a waterproof diving watch popular with sport and military divers. The orange dial of the Doxa Sub would become a hallmark for the brand.
Model: Doxa TPT 407 Year: 1950s Box/Papers: No Functions: Hours, minutes, seconds. Material: Steel Dimension: 32mm Dial Black gilt dial with painted arabic numerals Case: Steel Condition: Our pictures are an important part of the condition report – please scrutinise them in detail and feel free to ask any questions. Movement: Manual Wind Lume: Radium Water Resistance:No waterproof guarantee is offered with vintage watches Strap: Revolution fixed bar leather strap Lug Width: 16mm Country of Manufacture: Stiwtzerland
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