top of page

 

 

SKU #

10327

Brand

CI Josephson

Made in

Swiss Made

Movement

Manual wind

Case

Gold case

Case diameter

27 X 28.5 mm case

Dial

Champagne dial

Bracelet material

Black leather strap

Year of production

Circa 1950’s

Condition

In overall very good vintage condition

Includes

Generic box

Gender

Men’s

CI Josephson Swiss-Made Vintage Watch

SKU: 10327
228,00$Precio
  • This Vintage Watch qualifies for our Exchange Program. Once you have received your vintage watch, you may send it back in the same condition within fifteen (15) days for a credit on any other watch we have in our inventory. Go to our FAQ for complete rules and procedures.

     

     

    This vintage watch is in very good working condition. Our vintage watches have been serviced by a professional watch expert. Due to the age of this watch, Watch Again Watches does not guarantee that this watch is waterproof or water resistant. We recommend that you do not place any vintage watch in water as it may damage the mechanism and/or bring condensation inside the watch.

     

     

    Vintage watches also have to be well taken care of and serviced to maintain its proper functioning. We have done our best to offer you a Vintage watch in excellent condition that will be enjoyed by you for years to come. You are welcome to contact us for more information on any watch we sell.

    • This watch was made by the famous CI Josephson Jewelry Store
    • Just serviced and working well
    • 7 jewels
    • Engraved back with ‘L.W.’

     

    About C.I. Josephson Jewelry Store – Illinois, USA

    In 1881, Carl G. Josephson, a Swedish immigrant, opened his first jewelry store in the Deere Block on 17th Street and Main, (todays River Drive). Carl died in 1891 and son Clifford Ivar Josephson took over the business which prospered and moved to 1518 – Main in 1897.

     

    In 1912 Mr. Josephson formed a partnership with other business men and constructed the four-story Reliance building on Fifth Avenue between 15th & 16th Street and moved his Josephson’s Jewelry Store into a portion of the building’s street level shopping area.  To draw attention to his new location, Josephson purchased a Seth Thomas two-dial eighteen foot tall post clock which he erected on the sidewalk outside his shop.

bottom of page