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Date/Report Number …..030711.PM811Y0.67 Item: VINTAGE 1970 GALLET DUAL ALARM WATCH
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Description of item: VINTAGE 1970 GALLET DUAL MAIN ALARM WATCH WITH BLACK ITALIAN HAND MADE GENUINE LIZARD DOUBLE STITCHED AND PADDED LUXURY STRAP CONDITION OF THE WATCH IS MINT. CREME WHITE DIAL SIGNED GALLET ALARM T SWISS T [ T SWISS T =  TRINTIUM ] WITH GOLD 3-6-9-12 GOLD STICK MARKERS TRINTIUM DOTS NICE CLEAN ORIGINAL DIAL ORIGINAL HOUR & MINUTE HAND ORIGINAL SECOND HAND ORIGINAL RED ARROW ALARM SET POINTER CRYSTAL & CROWNS ARE ORIGINALORIGINAL
DUAL CROWN STAINLESS STEEL CASE GALLET MODIFIED  AS 1475 1954-1970.CONDITION IS MINT

Estimated Retail Replacement Value $ 750.00

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WITH THE GALLET HISTORY AS OUTLINED
BELOW IN THIS GALLET ALARM WATCH OFFER.

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Gallet is the world’s oldest watch and clock making house with history dating back to Humbertus Gallet, a clock maker who became a citizen of Geneva in 1466.




Operating Instruction:
Wind watch: crown at 4h.

Set time: pull crown at 4h and set time.
If you set the time reverse and pass the alarm time,
this will be set reverse simultaneously.

Wind alarm: crown at 2h.

Set alarm: pull crown at 2h and set alarm time. The alarm time can only be set reverse, setting forward is inhibited by a freewheel.

Enable alarm: pull crown at 2h.

Disable alarm: push crown at 2h



SERVICED AND TIMED

GALLET
MODIFIED
AS 1475
1954-1970

BENRUS
CLINTON
DUGENA
ETERNA
FAVRE LEUBA
GIRARD PERREGAUX
POLJOT
TISSOT

GALLET
GALLET COMPENSATION MODIFIED
AS 1175

 

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The AS 1175 above had a compensation balance composed of steel with a bi-metallic rim. That is, a steel inner ring and a brass outer ring. A Compensation Balance insures that a change in temperature will not cause a loss in time keeping. The external ring of brass is affected by heat more than the steel. Insuring that the balance will operate whether the  temperature of the movement rises or falls. The outer brass will lengthen more than the inside steel. The effect of this is to curve each half of the rim inwards and bring the weight of the balance as a whole nearer to its centre. While this will cause the watch balance to move faster, the inward movement of the rim will compensate the tendency of a watch to lose. A compensation balance must be adjusted through weighted screws that are arranged around the rim. Adjusting these screws effects the balance.

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Gallet, known for 5 centuries of watch making, utilzed their own shock protected compensation balance wirth weights. the   balance is composed of several alloyed metals. You can see the color is all gold.   Adjusting a compensation for temperature involves a tedious process of adjusting in both hot and cold temperature.  With the Gallet balance this edeavor in simplified.

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YOU CAN ALSO VIEW THE SHOCK PROTECTION. IT IS DOUBLE RED SAPPHIRE WITH FIGURE EIGHT BRASS  SHOCK ABSORBER.

Features
manual-wind alarm
dual main springs
[GALLET VERSION IS SHOCK PROTECTED]
sweep second

Data
11.5''', Dm= 25.6mm
H = 5.75mm
17 jewels
f = 18000 A/h
power reserve 46h
alarm 12s

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CONDITION WATCH:
MINT - ALL FEATURES WORK

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Humbertus Gallet (1430–1492) clock maker, became a citizen of Geneva on 18 April 1466
Gonin Gallet (1543–1610 ) grandson of Humbertus Gallet, clock maker, Geneva
Claude Gallet (1605–1675) son of Gonin Gallet, watch and clock maker, Geneva
Jacques Gallet (1649–1700) son of Claude Gallet, watchmaker and silk merchant, Geneva
Philippe Gallet (1679–1739) son of Jacques Gallet, goldsmith & watchmaker, Geneva
Pierre Gallet (1712–1768) son of Philippe Gallet, goldsmith & watchmaker, Geneva
Jeremie Gallet (1729-1763) son of Pierre Gallet, watchmaker, apprenticed under Benedict de Rabours in 1745, Geneva
Jacques Gallet (1745–1806) son of Pierre Gallet, goldsmith, watch & case maker, Geneva
Jean-Louis Gallet (1774–1809) son of Jacques Gallet, goldsmith, watchmaker, watch case maker, Geneva
Julien Gallet (1806–1849) son of Jean-Louis Gallet, watch & case maker, registered family business in La Chaux de Fonds as Gallet & Cie.
Louise Gallet (1808–1865) widow of Julien Gallet, ran the company after her husband's death
Léon L. Gallet (1832–1899) son of Julien Gallet, watchmaker, La Chaux de Fonds
Lucien F. Gallet (1834–1879) son of Julien Gallet, watchmaker, La Chaux de Fonds & Geneva
Julien Gallet (1862–1934) son of Leon L. Gallet, watchmaker, La Chaux de Fonds
Georges Gallet (1865–1946) son of Leon L. Gallet, watchmaker, La Chaux de Fonds (together with wife Berthe Courvoisier Gallet and brother-in-law Émile Courvoisier, controlled the Courvoisier Frères watch company)
Léon Gallet (1899–1975) son of Georges Gallet, watchmaker, La Chaux de Fonds
Pierre Gallet (1926–1995) son of Leon Gallet, watchmaker, La Chaux de Fonds
Bernard L. Gallet (1930–2006) son of Leon Gallet, watchmaker, La Chaux de Fonds

 


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1466 THROUGH PRESENT DAY

FROM HORLOGER HUMBERTUS GALLET BEGAN WATCH MAKING IN 1466

TO 1685 WHEN HIS DESCENDANTS WELCOMED FRENCH FAMILY MEMBERS OF THE FRENCH BOURGE-EN-BRESSE GALLET FAMILY

TO 1702, WHEN PHILLIPE GALLET REGISTERED AS A GOLDSMITH AND WATCHMAKER

TO 1742 WHEN PIERRE GALLET WAS A REGISTERED GOLDSMITH AND WATCH MAKER

TO 1804 WHEN NAPOLEON ANNEXED GENEVA AND JEAN LOUIS GALLET BECAME A FRENCH CITIZEN AND CONTINUED HIS FATHER WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY BUSINESS

TO 1826 WHEN JULIEN GALLET RELOCATED THE BUSINESS TO   LA CHAUX FONDS AND REGISTERED THE NAME GALLET AND CIE (COMPANY)

TO1855 WHEN LEON GALLET BUYS THE ELECTA COMPANY COMBINES IT WITH GALLET AND RENAMES THE COMPANY RENAMES THE COMPANY TO ELECTA GALLET & CIE

TO 1864 WHEN LUCIEN GALLET ESTABLISHED THE CHICAGO AND NEW YORK CITY OFFICES OF GALLET

TO 1876 WHEN LEON Léon Gallet, JULE COURVOISIER, ERNEST FANCILLON OF LONGINES AND CONSTANT GIRARD-GALLET OF GIRARD PERREGUAX FOUND THE   "Intercantonal Company for Industrial Development of the Jura Industries"

TO 1883 WHEN LEON HANDS THE COMPANY OVER TO HIS SON JULIEN

TO 1895 WHEN GALLET INTRODUCES THE FIRST WRIST WORN WATCHES

TO 1896 WHEN GALLET WINS ITS FIRST SILVER MEDAL AT THE SWISS NATIONAL EXHIBITIONS IN GENEVA

TO 1905 WHEN GALLET WINS A " Diploma of Honor " AT THE LIEGE EXHIBITION

TO 1912 WHEN GALLET CREATE THE FIRST WRIT WATCH FOR DISTRIBUTION WITH FULL-SIZED CENTER CONSTANT SECONDS HAND

TO 1914 WHEN GALLET WINS THE GRAND PRIZE IN THE CHRONOMETER CATEGORY AT THE SWISS NATIONAL EXHIBITION IN BERNE

TO 1915 AND  WWI WHEN GALLET SUPPLIES HAND HELD AND COCKPIT MOUNTED TIMERS AND WRIST-WORN CHRONOGRAPH TIMERS NAMED ELECTA TO THE BRITISH AIR FORCE

TO 1917 WHEN GALLET WON 1ST PLACE FOR CHRONOMETER ACCURACY AT THE CANTON OBSERVATORY IN NEUCHATEL

TO 1927 WHEN GALLET INTRODUCED THE REGULATOR AND DUO-DIAL WRIST WATCHES FOR THE MEDICAL AND TECHNICAL PROFESSIONS

TO 1935 WHEN GALLET BEGINS PRODUCTION OF WRISTWATCHES , BOAT CLOCKS WITH 8 DAY MOVEMENTS AND MILITARY STOP WATCHES FOR THE US, BRITAIN AND CANADIAN MILITARY

( At the start of World War II, production surpasses 100,000 watches annually)

TO 1936 WHEN GALLET PRODUCES THE FIRST WATER RESISTANT CASES FOR CHRONOGRAPH WATCHES

TO 1938 WHEN SENATOR HARRY S TRUMAN STAFF COMMISSIONED GALLET TO PRODUCE CHRONOGRAPH WATCHES FOR THE PILOTS OF THE US ARMY AIR FORCES.

( This wristwatch provides a combination of new innovations. Besides the ability to accurately record events ranging from 1/5th second to 30 minutes in duration, the rotating 12-hour bezel and dial printed with the major cities gives pilots the ability to calculate changes in the time as lines of longitude are crossed. Truman wears a Gallet Flying Officer during his two terms as US president. )

TO 1939 WHEN GALLET PRODUCES THE MULTICHRON PETITE.

( The Petite is one of the first wrist chronographs engineered exclusively for enlisted women assigned to technical and scientific tasks during WWII. Powered by the 10 ligne Valjoux 69 movement, and measuring only 26.6mm in diameter, the MultiChron Petite becomes the smallest mechanical chronograph manufactured to date.)

TO 1965 WHEN GALLET INTRODUCED THE Excel-O-Graph.

(A pilot’s wristwatch featuring a rotating bezel with integrated slide rule for making navigational calculations during flight)

TO 1970 WHEN GALLET SURVIVES THE QUARTZ CRISIS BY DELIVERING HIGH QUALITY CHRONOGRAPHS, ALARM  AND MILITARY TIME PIECES.

TO 1975 WHEN GALLET ACQUIRES THE RACINE COMPANY

TO  1984 WHEN GALLET MANUFACTURES THE MATRATHON FOR THE US GOVERNMENT FOR MILITARY USE .

TO 1990 WHEN GALLET SUPPLIES 30,000 “NAVIGATORS” FOR THE U.S. MILITARY [THE DESERT STORM]

TO 2002 WHEN GALLET RELOCATES TO LA CHAUX-DE-FONDS

TO 2006  AND THE DEATH OF BERNARD GALLET

TO 2008 WHEN Gallet & Co CO-SPONSORS "TIME IN OFFICE"

(The exhibition of timepieces worn by America’s presidents extending back to the pocket watches of George Washington at the National Watch and Clock Museum. One of the featured items in the exhibit is the Gallet Flight Officer chronograph worn by Harry S Truman during his years in office as the 33rd president of the US.)

TO 2009 WHEN GALLET CO-SPONSORS "Time & Exploration"

(An exhibit highlighting the importance of time and timekeeping in the fields of exploration and NAVIGATION at the National Watch and Clock Museum,)