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Baume & Mercier Capeland Ref. 65405


Pre-Owned Baume & Mercier 44mm Capeland, Gray Dial, Black Leather Strap, Ref. 65405

The 44mm Baume & Mercier Capeland features a stainless steel 60 minute uni-directional rotating dive bezel, which is set in a stainless steel case with a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. The case displays a gray dial with black chronograph sub-dials, a date reference at the three hour, and an inner tachymeter scale. Powered by a self winding BM 13750 caliber movement, which offers a 46 hour power reserve. Attached to the case is a black leather strap. This Capeland is in excellent condition and a great buy for anyone seeking a robust chronograph watch with dive functionality. Please note this watch is offered on a new generic watch strap with generic steel buckle.

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Additional information

Band Color


Band Material


Band Type



Rotating, Uni-Directional

Box and Papers

No Box | No Papers


Baume & Mercier


BM 13750

Case Material

Stainless Steel

Case Size





Date, Chronograph


Screw Down

Crystal Material


Dial Color





43mm +


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Item ID0005799
Model #65405
Model NameCapeland
Serial Number35XXXXX


The Baume brother’s reputation for selling high quality watches began in a small village in Switzerland in 1830.  Because of their motto to ‘accept only perfection’, their business flourished, such that twenty years later they expanded into London and by the end of the century, they were spread throughout the British Empire.  They excelled as watchmakers, winning several international awards for their precision, chronographs and complications.  When the company joined with Paul Mercier, they became known for their distinctive and unusual shaped watches.

Paul Mercier embraced the changing society of the roaring twenties, and the company began making attractive watches for women to match their new-found freedom, watches that were not simply miniature men’s watches, but elegant watches with integrated bracelets created especially for women.  One of its most successful watches was the Marquise, designed for women in the late 1940’s.  The fifties and sixties saw Baume & Mercier launch chronographs with special functions such as a moon phase and triple date displays, as well a distinctive design based on the dash of sports cars.

Their creativity continued with new models such as the Galaxie and Stardust that were introduced in the 1970’s, followed by the Riviera, one of the first steel sport watches developed in 1973.  In 1988, Baume & Mercier became part of what is today known as the Richemont group.  Recognizing Baume & Mercier’s rich history, the company today produces good quality watches that reference their historical designs, as well as continuing to offer new models that are attractive and affordable.