"Individualisme dans l'horlogerie - une particularite helvetique" by L. Dullinger - Original magazine clipping which was removed from a 1977 Swiss magazine.
Main text in the clipping is in French. (Some sections are in both French and German; the first page is in French only.)
The clipping conists of an opening page of text, followed by several pages of "charts" showing information on a variety of watch companies. (The "charts" list the following information for each company: "Nom et adresse," "Debut de la fabrication de montres a quartz," "Modeles de base," "Nom de la marque," "Affichage," "Nombre de fonctions," "Garantie," "Service apres-vente," "Pronostics pour la montre a quartz sur le marche suisse.")
The opening sentence of the clipping reads:
"Cette question s'impose lorsque l'on considere le succes de certaines entreprises electroniques, sans aucune tradition horlogere, qui inondent, respectivement inondaient les marches d'outre-mer et europeen de montres de quartz a affichage digital, toutes plus ou moins ressemblantes."
The magazine clipping was carefully removed from a Swiss magazine.
[Please note: this is a magazine clipping only; no watch, clock, parts or tools are included.]
The clipping is 7 pages in length (on 4 sheets of paper).
As with most vintage magazine clippings, there is some yellowing to the paper due to age as well as light wear and small bends.
The magazine clipping was carefully removed directly from a Swiss magazine. It is not a copy or reproduction. The rest of the magazine is not included.
[Please note: this is a magazine article/magazine clipping only; no watch, clock, parts or tools are included.]