Beautiful, Unisex Corum in 18K solid gold. A classy tank watch with a interesting textured dial. This is an unmolested watch in good worn condition.
The watch as a creamy/yellow dial with the name and logo. The hours are only indicated at 12, 3, 6 and 9 with baton hands.
At 3 o’clock, comes a Corum logo signed crown. On the case back you see the hallmarking for 18k gold. The heart of the watch is a Felsa 4122 movement which has 17 jewels, a frequency of 21600 bph and a power reserve of 43 hours.
The watch measures 22mm without crown x 27mm, with a lug to lug measurement of 30.5mm. The watch comes on a rich brown Italian leather strap with a lug width of 18mm.
Rene Bannwart founded Corum in 1955 with his uncle Gaston Ries and uncle daughter. The trio wanted to produce “Fresh” watches and not warmed-up styles of the previous decade. The first collection in 1956 kept promise. In 1958, a major design element became the talk of the year. When a supplier of dials failed to deliver on time, he had no choice to make dials without numbers “Sans Heures” and became right a way very popular. Only the name of the brand and the key, logo of the brand, appear on the dial. Other success models were the Golden Bridge, Romulus or the Admiral Cup just to name a few. Since 1999, Severin Wundermann owns Corum.
Elvis wore a model of Corum called the Buckingham. If the king couldn't say no, who are you to?