Swiss watches Zenith

Archive extracts

Based on the information you provide, a ZENITH Archive Extract enables you to know – at least in most cases – what date your watch was made at the Manufacture in Le Locle, in addition to a range of information related to its production. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that the amount paid serves to finance the Heritage Department's research. ZENITH undertakes does their utmost to conduct your search but can under no circumstances guarantee the result.

Wherever possible, we add extracts from historic catalogues or old advertisements to this document.

In no case is the Archive Extract a certificate of authenticity and it guarantees neither the authenticity of a watch nor its parts.

ZENITH does not provide valuations under any circumstances and advise people wishing to obtain an estimation of the value of a timepiece on the market to contact a specialized auction house.

You can access the Archive Extract service by clicking on the button underneath. We invite you to familiarize yourself with the General Terms and Conditions governing the use of the ZENITH Archive Extract service.

The time limit for completion of the search is 30 working days.

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Calibre El Primero 3019 PHC, 1969
Certificate of authenticity

The only means of establishing the authenticity of a ZENITH watch is to have it carefully examined by one of our watchmakers in Le Locle, in collaboration with the Heritage Department. The information in the certificate will mainly relate to the type, case and movement. It may also contain information regarding the characteristics of the watch. If a complete examination of the watch reveals that a certain piece of the watch is not original, ZENITH reserves the right not to provide a certificate of authenticity for the watch. Your timepiece must be sent to us via our service centres, our boutiques or our certified retailers. Nothing sent to us directly will be dealt with.

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