1960s Baylor Chronograph  Landeron 149
  • 1960s Baylor Chronograph Landeron 149

    Ok kids, history lesson. Baylor is one of the most underrated brands out there. Heuer had a strong tradition of adding to its bottom line by making watches for different companies like Baylor. Baylor became the in-house private label for Zales Jewelery back in the 60s. This is example is truly something special. With an original dial with wonderful patina.

    • Watch Specs

      Brand: Baylor
      Year: 1960’s
      Type: High grade, mechanical, manual wind
      Function: Hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph
      Dial: Black, patina, signed Baylor
      Movement: Landeron 149, 17 jewels, signed Baylor
      Crystal: Acrylic
      Case: Steel, signed Baylor inside case back
      Finish: Polished
      Crown: Steel
      Bracelet: Premium gray nato
      Lug Width: 18mm
      Case Diameter: 37.5 mm

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