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|1562: Gents FEF, Military Watch, ca.1935|
Gross weight 84g
Case: - B - nickel plated steel, mineral crystal, pushed bezel and back, no dust cover, D=52mm
Dial: - enamel, sunk sub second, luminous digits and dots
Movement: 99, B, *, Swiss Made, 3 Adjustments, 15 Jewels calibre FEF 40H, silvered, Geneva stripes, 15 jewels, stem wind and set, Swiss lever escapement, monometallic screw balance, Breguet hairspring
Condition: C3, D2, M1, case degraded due to almost completely missing nickel layer on back, else C1
In the web almost no watch type is resistant against the feature "military", and it is only a matter of time until even egg timers are affected. This is the attempt to achieve a higher price, and with innocent newbies it works occasionally. Uncertain, whether this watch was ever used in any army, but for sure it was designed as military watch: Easy to read under all light conditions, precision movement, cheapest but rugged case.
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Sold in Auction
High bid EUR 110.00 (~UKŁ 94.28)
Reserve EUR 110.00 (~UKŁ 94.28)
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The watch presented here is not for sale. It was offered or sold as mentioned above a longer time ago. This archive is just a market overview and price guide, e.g. for evaluation of comparable watches. Moreover, images and descriptions can help for dating and checking the authenticity of watches.
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