Siegerin (which translates to Victress) was a sub brand of Alpina, and this is a rare survivor.  Model reference GL180.


From the movement production dates and the styling we think this watch dates from the mid 1930’s.  It is hard to find good watches from this period, and sometimes harder to find information on them.


There are two watch companies with names registered as Siegerin, but we are sure this one is the Swiss company linked with Alpina as this watch has a movement made by Marc Favre, which was developed for Alpina and Gruen watches.  The calibre 768 was quite innovative in the layout, and won two patents, and this one is ticking away nicely.  It is housed in the ‘tank’ style art deco case so popular of the era, and this one is made of stainless steel.  The case is very straight and true for such an old watch.  The dial is dirty, but that isn’t terrible.  The bracelet is a stainless steel stretch bracelet, big enough to fit most wrists.  We can’t be sure if this is original or not, but it certainly suits the watch.

This watch will be supplied with our branded presentation box and our Certificate of Authenticity.

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Width with crown  24.4 mm

Width without crown  22.6 mm

Between lugs  16 mm

Lug to lug length  34.9 mm

Case Thickness  8.9 mm

Bracelet will fit a maximum wrist size of 190 mm.  The bracelet can be sized for you if you give us your wrist size when placing the order.

All sizes are approximate.

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