Watches of Knightsbridge

Universal Geneve Triple Calendar Date 21302

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US$3,800.00

£2,800
For enquires contact shop@therakemagazine.com

  • Universal Geneve Triple Calendar Date reference 21302 in stainless steel circa 1940s. This watch is in remarkable original condition and features its original two tone silver dial with luminous Arabic numerals and hands. Very rarely do you find these watches in this condition with many either restored or badly aged.

    Universal Geneve were one of the leading brands during the mid 20th century and this is a classic example of what they produced alongside their Compax chronographs at the time.

    £2,800
    For enquires contact shop@therakemagazine.com

    Year 1940s
    Reference 21302
    Material Stainless Steel
    Movement Manual Wind Cal. 291
    Case Diameter 34.5mm
    Bracelet/Strap Molequin
    Box/Paperwork Watches of Knightsbridge Case & Documentation

     

     

     

     

     

  • Movement    

    Manual Wind Cal. 291

    Case Diameter

    34.5mm

    Bracelet/Strap

    Molequin

    Box/Paperwork

    Watches of Knightsbridge Case & Documentation

  • Case Diameter

    34.5mm

    Bracelet/Strap

    Molequin

    Box/Paperwork

    Watches of Knightsbridge Case & Documentation

  • This product will be dispatched from London, UK in 5-7 working days.

    Should you need to return an item, you have 14 days from receiving your order to request a return and send it back to us. The watch must be returned unworn with the protective cover on the face and in its original packaging including the warranty, presentation box and any outer packaging.

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Crafted for Connoisseurs The Rake x Watches of Knightsbridge

Earlier this year, after an exclusive launch event hosted by Alessandro Palazzi at The Dukes Hotel Bar, saw the beginning of a new partnership between The Rake and Watches of Knightsbridge.

Crafted for Connoisseurs The Rake x Watches of Knightsbridge

The family’s flair for trading objets d’art started over 50 years ago at No. 91 Portobello Road, the antiques shop owned by Morris Sutton. His son, and co-founder of Watches of Knightsbridge Simon Sutton initially pursued a career as a professional downhill skier, but soon followed his father into the antiques trade. However, it was Simon’s passion for rare timepieces, that in his 20s led to him branching out as a watch dealer. And his son, Toby shares the same enthusiasm for vintage watches, together founding Watches of Knightsbridge in 2011.

Crafted for Connoisseurs The Rake x Watches of Knightsbridge

A successful auction house, with an impressive showroom, Watches of Knightsbridge has also built a worldwide reputation when it comes to curating exceptional vintage timepieces for direct sales. Trust is key in a market that is often unregulated – and with each watch coming with a guarantee of authenticity certificate and the watch register certificate – it provides the buyer with solid protection.