Junghans Max Bill
Max Bill (1908 - 1994) was a famous Swiss architect and designer.
You can search for and find articles about him. --> wikipedia: Max Bill
The wikipedia article lists Max Bill as a typeface designer among
other things he did.
The Junghans "Max Bill" started with a kitchen clock designed by Max Bill,
and introduced by Junghans about 1956 or 1957. The various Max Bill
wrist watches appear to use this design as a starting point. Note the
"4" which distinguishes the typeface used in this design.
Junghans kitchen clock designed by Max Bill
photo from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
There are several variations of the Junghans max Bill design,
which leads to discussion and choices.
tribe125 wrote an illustrated review of his white/silver dial
Junghans Max Bill automatic (38mm, no date). The subsequent
discussion brings up a lot of the history of the design. --> Max Bill
Junghans Max Bill automatic, photo from tribe125
dowsing showed us his Junghans Max Bill automatic with the
unnumbered dial. Read the thread --> Max Bill Auto unboxing
Junghans max Bill automatic, photo from dowsing
The Junghans Max Bill hand wind version case is about 34.5 mm.
Junghans Max Bill hand wind
photo from watchma
How does the hand wind compare to the automatic version?
somniloquist showed us a comparison on the wrist. Read the
thread. --> Junghans Max Bill Hand Wind Questions
Junghans Max Bill Hand Wind vs automatic
photo from somniloquist
A few other Junghans Max Bill threads to browse:
Max Bill Question
Max Bill Automatic - Number Dial vs. No Number Dial
There is a Max Bill chronograph called the "Chronoscope".
The Max Bill Chronoscope has a separate entry here. -->
Junghans Max Bill Chronoscope
Off site you can read this illustrated article which traces the
history of Junghans Max Bill watches.
A Short Guide: The Original Max Bill Junghans Watch Design from 1962