Attached two Zenith watches from the seventies.
Left: Zenith 2572PC Surf in new old stock (NOS) condition. The caliber was produced between 1975 and 1978 and around 205.000 units were produced (308.000 units for the 2572 series in total). Regarding vintage dials , this is my absolute favorite with subtle deep blue stripes. Unbelievable that this watch from the late seventies surfaced in untouched condition- with the Zenith tag (!) still attached. It comes with original Zenith crown, strap and buckle. The Surf series were waterproof and this watch has recently been serviced by my watchmaker.
Right: Zenith caliber 2320 "tonneau" with a gorgeous deep blue sunburst dial from the mid-seventies. Perhaps the most simple calibre in my collection - for as far "simple" goes for a manual winding watch. That is exactly why I love it: slim, distilled to the essentials with baton style hands and enamel markers. Comes with an original Zenith pecary leather strap, Zenith crown and Zenith buckle. This was from around the era that Zenith and Movado had a symbiosis, hence some dials have been marked "Movado" too. Approximately 10.500 units have been produced of the calibre 2310 and 2320 combined.
Do you have any colourful Zenith dials ?
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