|Material:||18K yellow gold|
|Size - diameter excluding winding crown:||34mm|
|Size - length including lugs:||35.5mm|
Very appealing Corum 57104 with champagne round dial. The patina on the dial is coming out very nicely. You have an outside bezel with Roman numerals for each hour “Romulus”. The watch has black hands with stick design. The crown has a blue cabochon. It is an 18K yellow gold case with engraved outside “57104” and inside “Corum – Swiss Made – 18K - .750 – 8523 – 82”. It comes with a manual winding movement and caliber ETA 7001 and 21 jewels. Black calfskin strap with gold color buckle. Width between is 16mm. Very nice watch for a vintage/contemporary look.
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.
Manual winding movement with caliber ETA 7001 with 21 jewels, 21,600 A/h and 42 hours of power reserve. Produced between 1985 and 2004.
Diameter excluding winding crown: 34mm
Length including lugs: 35.5mm