Junghans clock dating
After the famous Max Bill kitchen clock, which since the end of the 1950s has adorned the modern German kitchen like no other, a range of wrist watches from the Swiss Bauhaus designer was introduced on the market by Junghans.While initially widely unnoticed, this collection is regarded as the ultimate design classic with its three earlier designs in stainless steel and gold-plated finish.
Often noted as 1961, as watch movements were incorporated that were already in circulation in 1961.
It received its epithet because it was often exhibited in museums e.g.
the Museum of Modern Art in New York, in a very short space of time.
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