Angelus Datalarm retailed by Turler circa 1960
Angelus is recognized for making wonderful chronographs from the 1930s to 1960s, but they also developed an important alarm movement they put in watches called the “Datalarm” that was special for also including the date. This watch dates to circa 1960 and is special as instead of “Angelus” on the dial it states “Turler”, which was a famous Swiss watch retailer. Watch collectors generally love when watches have retailer signatures on the dial. This watch is on a tan strap made of shell cordovan.
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