Racine by Gallet 1960s Chronograph

Formed in 1870, Jules Racine – a cousin of the Gallet brothers – formed the Racine watch company, and he and his cousins often worked together to bring watches to markets other than Switzerland. The brands were all so incestuous that in 1914, members of the Racine family, not being able to use the trademarked Racine name, formed “Enicar” which was just Racine spelled backwards. - Menta 

Overall this is a great chronograph, produced by an amazing company in a timeless color scheme.

Brand: Racine by Gallet

Reference: 9004-4
Year: 1960s
Movement: Landeron 149
Case: 36mm
Lug to lug: 42mm
Material: Stainless steel

Strap: Keepiece strap
Box & papers: No

-The gilt black dial has scratches behind the hands and wear above 1 o'clock.
-Hands and markers are in very good condition, showing matching patina.

-Case has been lightly polished in the past and overall a really nice example.​​
-Service history is unknown but is running to spec.

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