This watch is sold in our Watches for restoration section and does not come with a warranty. If you are looking for watch with a full warranty, please go to our Stock page or ask for assistance to find what you are looking for.
This is a Swiss watch used by the British government during World War 2.
The watch is working but has NOT been cleaned or serviced and comes not come with a warranty
Movement – the nickel 3 finger bridge movement has a lever escapement is signed “Buren, Grand Prix, 15 Jewels, Swiss Made” and is in 90% mint condition – some light scratches and marks
Case – the movement comes in a white metal watch which has a snap on back and bezel, is engraved with a large government issue arrow on the back and GSTP, H17012, Bravingtons, London”. The rest of the case has a smooth plain finish and is in 70% mint condition – white colour has worn off the front bezel and sides
Dial – the white enamel dial has a set of blue steel hands which have loss their old luminous paint. The dial is signed “Buren, Grand Prix, Swiss Made” and is in 98% mint condition – a hairline on the 4
The watch is stem wound / stem set
The watch has a plastic glass
The watch measures 51mm wide x 13mm deep
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