Eaglemoss Military Watches Collection.

Issue 20 - 1960 Brazilian Soldier.

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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.

Polished gold coloured plated 34.2mm case, 37.4mm including the crown, 40.mm lug to lug, 8mm deep. 30.2mm interior aperture.
4.5mm dia gold coloured grooved crown.
Case back engraved with "1960s Brazil Army". 29.4mm flat glass.
30mm Matt finish white dial with applied gold colour hour markers. Odd numbers are indicated by slim rhombus shapes, even numbers by Roman numerals, gold colour printed minute scale at outer edge.
Slim tapered style hours and minutes hands with Slim straight seconds hand, polished golden finish.
18mm black padded PU leather (? not marked as leather) mock crocodile pattern strap tapers to 16.5mm polished gold colour Buckle, aprox 170-220mm fitting.
Epson AL55a movement.

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

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