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catalogued 1930-1934
available in 14K yellow or white gold fill
3 dial options - luminous, applied gold numbers (most common), & black enamel numbers (least common)
10,784 manufactured in ygf
17-jewel 987 movement
33mm wide excluding the crown
38mm over the lugs
16mm strap width
$55 new



photo from Art Deco Wristwatches

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photo from Art Deco Wristwatches


photo from Art Deco Wristwatches


not my photo

 

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I recently sold my white gold Perry with the luminous hands and numerals. It is a good sized watch and very sharp on the wrist. Going to miss it, but moving on to other things these days...thanks for sharing your vintage knowledge.
 

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I used to have a yellow gf Perry with refinished luminous dial. I had begun my quest for original dials, so (despite the perfect case and original crown) I ended up selling that one.

But I eventually became the owner of this very nice white with applied gold numerals example (an an aside, I also had to wait for months while my watchmaker finally got around to reworking the balance assembly). It is now one of my most prized Hamiltons. I just love it.

 

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Curious Perry

I tripped over this old photo the other day. I think it was one I saw on the web a while back. Any opinions on this dial? Fantasy reproduction or original? I like how the material (leaf or gilt perhaps) inside the Butler center is also inside the sub-second track -- just a cool look. Anyone else have one like this??
 
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