Manual winding - Gold-filled
|Brand:||Lord Elgin - 14K Goldfilled Case|
|Type:||Analogue wristwatch (More lots)|
|Condition:||In working condition with visible traces of use|
Mens Lord Elgin from the year 1950.
Movement: 21 jewels mechanical manual winding movement with Grade movement number: Elgin 556.
Size: 38.6mm from top lugs to the bottom lugs. 27.6x25.6mm in case size. 16mm between lugs (lugs width).
Serial/production numbers: N303194.
Based on these numbers, this watch was produced in the year 1950. Though this watch with the movement Elgin 556 was produced from 1940 until 1951.
Caseback numbers: 4808, 81742.
Case material: 14K Goldfilled case.
Looks & Condition: This Lord Elgin is in fine cosmetic condition for its age. The crystal has been replaced with a new acrylic crystal, since the old one had scratches. But i will send the old crystal aswell if you wish so.
The movement runs good and keeps the time well for its age.
This watch will be shipped insured and tracked via Swedish Postservice: Postnord.
Catawiki member since April 19, 2018, received 21 reviews in total (10 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (10 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
as promised thanks
Ho ricevuto l orologio, tutto ok .Ottimo servizio consegna. grazie Massimo
I love the watch, in very good shape. Why on earth did you prefer the other to the original strap, but thanks for shipping both.
Great experience. The watch I got was exactly as described and pictured. It was packed and shipped expertly, and it arrived even quicker than I was expecting. Two thumbs up!
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|Rest of Europe||$22.30|
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