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    Posted 10 years ago

    bobbee
    (105 items)

    Movement dates this to between 1908 and 1910, as I'm getting conflicting dates from 2 websites with Elgin dating info. Beautifully engraved inside, but for some reason I can't upload the pics. £5 on the Bay, put new mainspring in and away she went! Stunning piece, but don't know anything about it hence "mystery".

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    1. Ilikeart Ilikeart, 10 years ago
      Very nice. I have one that is very much simular in style and design but it is a Walthalm; It appears to be an old Air Force watch.
    2. bobbee bobbee, 9 years ago
      Found out through vintage newspaper ads that this called a Legionnaire, and came in several guises

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