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These vintage day/date/month, rotating bezel complications are very hard to find! Produced in the 1950’s by various companies; these watches allowed the user to turn the inner bezel with the left crown in order to align the day of the week with the date. Also, the left crown offers a quick-set day of the week feature! As you see on the dial, the word “BREVET” is marked, which denotes a new patent of the idea for this feature. These cases are larger; measuring 34.2mm across; with gleaming rhodium plated bezel and stainless steel snap-back. The manual winding movement was just cleaned and is accurate with all functions working perfectly. The original dial has a turning date bezel, inner day of the week scale, date aperture at 12:00, raised Arabic numerals, luminous, pencil hands, red, triangle-tipped date indicator and sub-seconds.