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Zenith Automatic 30mm Yellow Gold
Circa 1970
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Serviced by Zenith in June 2021: An excellent condition pre-owned 30mm case size yellow gold gentleman's Zenith Automatic featuring a silver baton dial housing a date aperture in-between 4 & 5 O'clock surrounded by a plexi-glass and yellow gold domed bezel on a black Hirsch leather pin buckle strap. This particular watch comes with a Zenith service box and its Zenith service guarantee card.

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Zenith Defy Classic Chronograph Aero 03.0526.4000
August 2010

This watch is being serviced by Zenith, it is due to be ready for sale before the end of December 2023: An excellent condition pre-owned 46.5mm case size stainless steel automatic, El Primero, movement Zenith Defy Classic Chronograph Aero (03.0526.4000/01.M526) featuring a white baton and Arabic numeral textured dial housing a date aperture in-between 4 & 5 O'clock surrounded by a black PVD coated steel bezel on a stainless steel Zenith bracelet. This particular watch comes complete with its Zenith box and all relevant paperwork being originally supplied as new in August 2010.

This is a library image, this watch is awaiting photography.

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Used Zenith Watches

Zenith SA, based in Le Locle, Switzerland, was founded by Georges Favre-Jacot in 1865. Favre-Jacot was the first person to unite all watchmaking professions in one place, which revolutionised watch production at the time. The company was originally known as The Manufacture.

In 1899, The Manufacture produced its first pocket chronograph and in the first year of the new century, Favre-Jacot was awarded the gold medal at the Universal Exhibition in Paris. The name Zenith was adopted by the company in 1911.

In 1948, Zenith launched its Calibre 135, the wristwatch chronometer that went on to win a total of 235 prizes across the world. El Primero was the first automatic chronograph movement and it is still produced today, almost fifty years after its birth. Indeed, it is still recognised as the most precise series-made calibre in the world.

In 1975, Zenith took the decision to only produce quartz watches, so to save plans, tools and the parts required for the production of the El Primero from being destroyed, watchmaker Charles Vermot hid them. When the demand for mechanical watches grew once more in 1984, Zenith were able to begin production of the El Primero anew – thanks to Charles Vermont.

Zenith watches are well known for their quality and precision, and here at Mark Worthington Jewellers, you can purchase a Zenith watch at a greatly reduced price. We sell pre-owned, top-quality Zenith watches that each come with official papers and a unique box.