Case: 35mm (excluding original crown) all stainless steel Francois Borgel case
Movement: High grade caliber 1300, manual winding
Bracelet/ Strap: Bourbon Horween shell cordovan, 18mm
Features: Outer pulsations track, centralized chronograph counting 12-hours w/ 60-minute intervals, Francois Borgel steel case, sunburst pump pushers, alpha hand set, Arabic numerals, screw down case back, beautifully aged dial, Circa early 1950’s.
Condition: The overall condition for this piece is fantastic. The steel Borgel case is free of any major scratches & shows no signs of over-polishing. Some light scratches on case back. The dial is pristine w/ no defects of any kind, nice patina developed throughout. The movement runs very well & the center chronograph works as it should. Chronograph hands likely replaced in the past.
Backed by our 6 month repair warranty
Note: This watch was photographed with high intensity strobe lighting. Which brings out micro/ superficial scratches that will not be as visible under natural lighting.
In-Depth: The Mido Multi-Centerchrono is argued to be one of the best designed chronographs ever. Designed in the 1940-50’s, the Multi-Centerchrono’s centralized chronograph design is sought after by collectors for the clean dial layout. The case with its sharp angled lugs & sunburst engraved pushers are from Francois Borgel, the same manufacturer for the Patek Phillippe 1463. This particular example having a fantastic pulsations dial w/ lovely patina throughout.