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Hey guys!

I just finished up with this one last night, thought that I would share my results.

1916 Waltham Trench Watch with a Sterling Silver Depollier Case.

The movement has been completely broken down for cleaning and I installed a brand new mainspring.

Polished the sterling silver case, ultrasonically cleaned the enamel military dial.

Re-lumed the skeleton hands, they now glow green in the dark once charged.

I chose to re-installed the original crystal as it is still in good condition.

PLUS, this one still has the factory original sterling silver "Khaki RFG USA" crown ! ! ! ! !

A lot of the time when you see one of these the original crown is missing and a bad replacement is present.

7 jewels, grade 361, size 3/0s, sn 20394481, model 1907.




















And now for the "WRISTSHOT" ! ! ! ! !


 

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Another fantastic LRF project!

the fixed lugs look cool on it.

Also a fan of the swivel ones too.

Congrats!:thumbup:
 
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