Movement: Manual wind
Strap material: New Leather Comments:
British Army watch by one of Switzerland’s leading manufacturers “Record”
It is one of the “Dirty Dozen” supplied by 12 manufacturers in the 1940s as a military watch that required high precision.
The combination of black dial and white Arabic numerals is a functional beauty design that pursues the function of a watch with excellent visibility.
The deep black glossy mirror-finished dial from the beginning of manufacture has a unique taste.
The back cover is engraved with an arrowhead mark, broad arrow and identification code representing government supplies delivered to the British government.
This watch has just been serviced and is running within 12 seconds a day.
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