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The GDG watches
The French government offered this watch to the Presidents de Gaulle and Eisenhower in 1952, it became The watch of the General de Gaulle. LIP was then the jewel of the French watchmaker's shop and this innovation (it is the first electronic watch) was a symbol of the revival of the French economy according to the war. This watch will be also ca...
The French government offered this watch to the Presidents de Gaulle and Eisenhower in 1952, it became The watch of the General de Gaulle. LIP was then the jewel of the French watchmaker's shop and this innovation (it is the first electronic watch) was a symbol of the revival of the French economy according to the war. This watch will be also carried by Bill Clinton on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the liberation. In 2012, LIP completes the range Electronic with an Automatic version.
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The GDG watches