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|1570: Gents Junghans Hunter, Blind Persons Watch, ca. 1940|
Gross weight 91g
Case: German Empire eagle, below itá R.A.M. (Reichs-Arbeitsministerium = Empire Labour Ministry), only the "M" of R.A.M. still readable - 1801, Junghans - solid nickel, pushed bezel, hinged back, hingedádust cover, D=51mm
Dial: Junghans - enamel, touch buttons under enamel
Movement: 147487, Junghans 47e/1 - 2366 - calibre Junghans 47e/1, silvered, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, Swiss lever escapement, monometallic screw balance, flat hairspring
Condition: C1-2, D2, M0, csse degraded due to worn badge, else C1
In most samples of this watch the calibres J47/1, J47G, J47/1G, J47b/1 are met, whereof a J47b/1 without second is from technical point of view a J47e/1. Therefore one could believe that the J47e/1 existed only in catalogues. But this sample proves that some actually got the correct signature.
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