Mechanical hand winding - Metal
|Movement:||Mechanical hand winding|
Watch belonguing to the Second World War. Arrow used as the Army's temporary pattern imprint from the years 1939 to 1945.
The G.S.T.P. . means "General Service Time Pieces" or "General Service Temporary Pattern"
Movement: Mechanical, hand-wound
Calibre: JLC 467/2
Case: Chrome-plated metal
Case condition: Very good
Case Diameter: 50 mm
Dial Condition: Restored
Crystal condition: Very good
Crown condition: very good
Strap: leather, new
Strap buckle: Replacement
Strap Thickness: 22 mm
Total length: 23cm
Rating (0-10): 9.5
Completely serviced by a professional watchmaker. In flawless condition.
Does not include original box.
Does not include papers.
Insured shipping by FedEx.
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Any applicable taxes or customs duties in the bidder’s country are his or her own responsibility.
Time in transit varies by country, taking normally 1-3 business days within Europe, and up 5 days outside Europe.
The photographs represent the watch to be sent in its entirety, and it is advisable to observe them in every visible detail, since the seller’s assessment may differ from the bidder’s.
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|Member since:||May 1, 2016|
Great watch, just as described, in great condition and working perfectly. It was also packed so securely, that even if it had fallen out of the plane at 35,000 feet, it would have survived the fall!
Perfect 2 transactions...Great communication and a very nice person to deal with !!!
Perfect seller !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nice watch , quickly and safely sent.
Highly recommended seller.
The seller will ship the item(s) within 3 working days after receiving confirmation of payment.
Shipping costs are for mainland destinations only.
|Rest of Europe||$59.39|
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