A nice vintage Chronograph in a pink gold filled case that appears to date to the late 1940’s to early 1950’s. The manufacturer of this unusual chrono is a company called Fludo. This appears to be one of the many companies that produced Chronographs after World War 2 using Ebauche movements bought from the few companies making them and created unique models all known as Chronograph Suisse. This particular model features a wonderful honey gold colored dial with gold foil Arabic numerals and a 2 register pattern for running seconds and a 30 minute counter. As mentioned earlier that case is near mint with pink gold filling and a stainless steel back. The watch has been serviced and not only runs flawlessly but all the chronograph functions perform as they should. The 17 jewel movement fitted in the watch is a Landeron 151 calibre. The watch is supplied on your choice of black or brown leather straps. The case measures a larger than usual 36 mm wide by 45 mm long.