The acclaimed Kingmatic series of rotor-driven timepieces is introduced, marking a technological advancement in automatic wristwatches.
18K gold Movado coiled cuff watch owned by a Hollywood legend. The pear-shaped dial with alpha hands and stick markers is signed Movado Switzerland.
The leading Movado watch model in 1970, the Datron chronograph with classic tonneau-shaped case and self-winding movement, was available with a rotating bezel and a number of dial variations.
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Uniting the dot motif from the celebrated Museum dial with the sportive spirit of stainless steel, Movado launches Imperiale, the highly popular bracelet watch later renamed Sports Edition.
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1983: MGI Founder
Under the leadership of its founder Gedalio Grinberg, Movado Group Inc., then North American Watch Corp., acquires the Movado brand – and with it, one of the most iconic watch dials of all time.
The Movado Artists' Series
The Movado Artists' Series: Self-expression through time. The art of fine watch-making elevated to a fine art form.
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