Eaglemoss Military Watches Collection.

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  1. Issue 22 - 1940 Japanese Army

    by , Jan 5, 2015 at 06:27 PM (Eaglemoss Military Watches Collection.)

    Japanese armed forces were issued with watches made by the Seikosha Watch Company, A branch of Seiko.
    The original watch would have had a seconds hand sub dial at 6 o'clock, and either a 12 hour or 24 hour dial. Some had a protective case.
    They would have been marked with a Star for the army; an Anchor for the Navy; and a Cherry blossom for the Air service.

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    Updated Jan 19, 2015 at 07:40 PM by Churchy

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  2. Issue 20 - 1960 Brazilian Soldier.

    by , Dec 30, 2014 at 02:42 PM (Eaglemoss Military Watches Collection.)

    Our first Dress watch, and it's Gold too!
    Hardly a Military watch but according to the magazine a similar watches were presented as gifts to Officers in the Brazilian Army.
    This wasn't a watch for the troops, original swiss made versions would have been embossed with the head of Helvetia on the case back, and been made of 18-carat gold.

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    Updated Jan 3, 2015 at 10:29 AM by Churchy

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  3. Issue 10 - 1960s British RAF/Army.

    by , Dec 19, 2014 at 02:46 PM (Eaglemoss Military Watches Collection.)

    The issue depicts the classic British military watch, the Smith W10.
    The W10 was an evolution of an earlier Smith watch, and many collectors believe it borrowed heavily from the the Swiss made Jeager LeCoultre movement.
    A former LeCoultre employee was employed by Smith as technical director.

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    Updated Dec 19, 2014 at 05:33 PM by Churchy

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  4. Issue 8 - 1950s British Army (British Soldier)

    by , Dec 17, 2014 at 12:35 PM (Eaglemoss Military Watches Collection.)

    In the early 1940s the British Ministry of Defence drew up new specifications for a replacement for the British Army Trade Pattern watch (ATP), the new watch would be called the Waterproof Wrist Watch or WWW.

    12 Swiss manufacturers supplied these watches including Longines, Omega, IWC and Jeager Le
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