Hamilton Electric 507 Calendar PROTOTYPE Watch


Here's your chance to own a Super Rare Hamilton Electric PROTOTYPE 507 CALENDAR watch. Pictured in René Rondeau's book "The Watch Of The Future" on pages 92-93, it was planned in 1965 and 1966, but never released to the market. 

Approximately 25 of these prototype watches were produced, but concerns that an even more complicated watch would result in even greater service problems and the addition of thickness to an already thick 505 movement caused production to be terminated. These watches are extremely rare and a great prize for a Hamilton Electric collector.

This model runs and keeps excellent time and all functions work properly.

The watch window moves and follows the date until it flips at midnight. It is interesting that with this feature, it can actually be told whether it is am or pm. For instance, since as pictured the 6th is on the lower portion of the window, you can surmise that it is 6:12 pm rather than am.

Consider the rarity of the Altair, with 1600 total produced vs. the Calendar 507 with a mere 25 ever produced. Truly, you may never come across another. 

BRAND:  Hamilton Electric 507 Calendar Prototype


CASE:  Stainless Steel

CASE BACK:  Marked Hamilton, Stainless Steel, and inside marked Hamilton W. Co., Lancaster, PA, Stainless Steel, P189651, Star W.C. Co., 892967

BAND/BRACELET:  Used Hamilton genuine Alligator Black Band with matching silver colored buckle also marked Hamilton

MOVEMENT:  507 electric, marked Hamilton 507, Pat., ADJ, USA

SIZE:  34mm without crown, 38mm lug to lug | 10mm thick not including the crystal

CROWN:  marked with the "H" logo

CONDITION:  Excellent

     CRYSTAL:  Excellent, with no cracks

     CASE:  Excellent, shows virtually no wear

     DIAL:  Excellent original finish, with date window at 3, marked Hamilton Electric

     HANDS:  Black Hour and Minute Hands, and red arrow seconds hand, all correct for this watch

     BAND:  Used, but all Hamilton

Guaranteed to arrive in perfect running order, or money back upon return, or return for any reason within 7 days for a full refund. However, since many parts are not available for this watch, I cannot give it a six month guarantee on the movement. I am a NAWCC (National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors) member and stand behind what I sell.

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