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FS: (REDUCED) Unusual & Rare Jules Racine 3 register chronograph

Looking to sell this beauty, Jules Racine Chronograph 35MM(w/o crown) that came with a Gallet signed, unadjusted Valjoux 7736 movement. Iner case is also signed Gallet & Co.

The Racine family was well known for centuries for their connection and advancement of horology. Formed in 1870, Jules Racine – a cousin of the Gallet brothers – formed the Racine watch company, and he and his cousins often worked together to bring watches to markets other than Switzerland. The brands were all so incestuous that in 1914, members of the Racine family, not being able to use the trademarked Racine name, formed “Enicar” which was just Racine spelled backwards.

Here are the pics:-

This beauty is working fine and resetting is pretty good and back to 12. Price Reduced to : $2250 USD. (Insured shipping included)
Payment: Bank transfer or Paypal (3%).

Please contact me for more pics. Thank you.

Kelvin (

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