Hi Guys! Been using this site for a while, now its my time to seek help from you gurus and Experts!
I am in the process of selling my Wittauer, but the buyer wants me to verify that the Watchi s authentic! I wrote to Wittnauer (Bulova), and they very kindly wrote me back saying they only have a few 70s catalogues left from the purchase of the Wittnauer brand, so no help there. Longines didn’t come up with anything either.
What I know, or think I know: Case is Brevet so should be correct, one crown is with the Wittnauer logo, the other without, maybe that is a replacement. Dial has been redone, as well as the lumen. Some time ago, at least from the strength of the lumen. Movement says Wittnauer on the rotor, so I doubt that the movement isn’t original and authentic either. Google search reveals that the “T Swiss T” I think should have a “25” on either side.
So can you help med verify what ref that watch might possibly have, and what movement it should have/caliber for that?
Thanks a lot for anything you can add!