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Hamilton Clark
catalogued 1936-1938
14K yellow gold filled case
17-jewel 980 movement
two dial options - 18K solid applied gold numerals (most common) and two-tone white/butler with black enamel numbers & markers
20mm x 43mm case size
14mm strap width
production quantity unknown


IMO, a beautiful watch with the very scarce black enamel dial option. I would guess that for every one of these dials, I've seen 40-50 of the applied gold number dials. This model is often confused with the 1940 Yorktowne model which is identical, except the case is 10K ygf.









 
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