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Made in

Swiss Made


Manual wind


Stainless steel case

Case diameter

24 width x 38 mm (lug to lug)



Bracelet material

New Hirsch leather band

Year of production



Vintage; in Excellent condition


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Vintage Movado Tank Men’s Watch

SKU: 10197
  • 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.

    • A vintage Movado Tank gentleman's wristwatch
    • 15 Jewels
    • Arabic numerals
    • Arrow markers and subsidiary seconds dial
    • The dial is in excellent condition. The crystal is in great condition as well.
    • The inside case is stamped ‘Stainless Steel – Fab Suisse – 13886 390316’
    • All screws and jewels are in great condition
    • This beautiful vintage Movado is in overall great condition


    Vintage Movado Tank 17-Jewel Manual Wind Wristwatch. The case has very minimal wear for its age and is in overall great condition. The silver dial has gold hour hash markers, gold hands, a seconds register at six o'clock and is marked "Movado - Switzerland"


    The roots of Movado date to 1881, when a 19-year-old named Achille Ditesheim opened a small workshop in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. With just six employees, Ditesheim made men’s wristwatches by hand. It was a time-consuming and expensive process. In 1890, two of Ditesheim’s brothers, Leopold and Isidore, became Achille’s partners in LAI Ditesheim, which by then employed 30 workers. After the Neuchâtel Cantonel Observatory, a Swiss astronomical organization that measures the accuracy of atomic clocks, awarded the company six first-class ratings in 1899, the brothers turned their attention to the appearance of their timepieces, a preoccupation for which the firm is still known today.


    Movado pioneered several technologies in the first half of the 20th century. It’s Ermeto in 1926 was self-winding; the wristwatch’s case also protected it from shocks, as well as changes in temperature and pressure. Right after World War II, Movado introduced the Calendomatic, which showed the month and day of the week in a pair of windows within the watch’s face, along with the date on the face’s outermost edge.


    Vintage Movado watches are extremely sought after as they are an integral part of our history of horology.

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