FAVRE-LEUBA TWO HANDS
Manual-Winding Peseux 7001 Caliber - Circa 1970
Favre-Leuba is a discreet brand. And yet, it is the second oldest in Switzerland with origins in 1737 just after Blancpain in 1735, with the establishment of Abraham Favre as “Master Watchmaker” of the city of Le Locle. While the company started out as “A. Favre. & Fils” in 1792, it quickly took the name of Favre-Leuba with the arrival of Auguste Leuba, a renowned watchmaker. A story that would continue until the second half of the 20th century with some turbulence due to the quartz crisis.
This 1970’s piece we present you can be admired for its originality.
A general estimated shipping cost of 50€ has been applied on our vintage watches.
This price is subject to change depending on the value of the piece and destination country. In case of any modifications, you will be informed by telephone after your purchase.
Thank you for your trust.