"Bison" pre-1970 watch?

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    "Bison" pre-1970 watch?

    Cannot find much info about this one. Anyone know what the story is behind it? Ladies' watch, maybe 20mm diameter.

    Last edited by medinfoto; May 27th, 2013 at 21:10.

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    Re: "Bison" pre-1970 watch?

    Gents for sure
    How many ladies would wear a 'BISON' on their wrist
    Will research the company later

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    Re: "Bison" pre-1970 watch?

    Possibly Schlupf Ufesa AG from Lengnau (Mikrolisk - The horological trade mark index).

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    Re: "Bison" pre-1970 watch?

    Ladies indeed and likely from the 1940's .


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    Re: "Bison" pre-1970 watch?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mirius View Post
    Ladies indeed and likely from the 1940's .
    I agree. Gents´ watches were available in the same design with a diameter of around 30 mm.
    Best regards, Mike

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    Re: "Bison" pre-1970 watch?

    My "research" makes me think this was sold in Germany.

    I´ve heard of some kind of "reference list" for Swiss Watches where information can be found regarding where all the different "brands" were made, I suppose this "Bison" brand did not own their own factory.

    Either way, it is very unique, although I don´t think there is any value to it more than what someone is willing to pay for it´s design.

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