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The classic 1919 Heritage watch pays tribute to the year, first generation Axel O. Mathiesen started his watch company in Copenhagen. The overall expression strikes a fine balance between modern and classic Danish design with vintage looks juxtaposed with Ole Mathiesen's pure lines, antique dial with roman numerals, Swiss quartz movement, scratch-proof convex sapphire crystal, screw-on back, waterproof to 50 meters and black calfskin leather with embossed lizard print strap. Diameter 40mm. Special Order Item restocking rules apply to returns; please see Return Policy page for details.
All Ole Mathiesen watches are Swiss Made with movements from Swiss movement manufacturer ETA. After assembly and quality control in Switzerland, the Ole Mathiesen watches are subject to an additional inspection in Copenhagen with focus on both technical benchmarks and aesthetic aspects. The quality control in Copenhagen includes for quartz movements a two day test at two different temperatures.
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