The world of automatic chronographs took a significant step forward in 1969. One of the biggest challenges facing watchmakers in the 20th Century was how to mass-produce automatic chronograph movements.
Discover 12 new timepieces from Blancpain, Hamilton, Longines, Omega, Oris, Rado, TAG Heuer, Ulysse Nardin and Zenith that are in fact brand new, but their design refers to ticking historical treasures from the 1940s to 1970s …
When Hamilton in 1968 presented its “Chronograph A” with black subdials on a white dial, and its “Chronograph B” with two white subdials lying against a black background, creating a “reverse panda” face, the chronographs perfectly reflected the type of dial design that was very popular in the 1960s and 1970s. WQe are in the year 2017 now and I predict that the Hamilton Intra-Matic 68 Auto Chrono will today perhaps have more fans than ever before …
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