It is estimated that Timor produced around 13,000 of these cases for the army around 70 years ago, although I doubt many have survived in this condition.
This is the finest original example I have seen for a long time and thankfully not been through anyone's cosmetic workshop to achieve this appearance
Stock No. 201
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1.Waterproof please note under no circumstances should any vintage timepiece be regarded as waterproof regardless of the manufacturing specification at the time of manufacture
2.Precision Please note that some of the pieces we handle are over 100 years old and do not perform like some modern watches. Part of the attraction is the requirement to hand wind many of these time pieces on a regular basis.
3.Servicing, just like a vintage motor car a mechanical watch will require regular maintenance our suggestion would be once every few years should suffice but please feel free to contact us with any specific queries relating to an individual piece.
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