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Just taken this morning, more than a year after being sent back from Le Sentier:
A trip that was definitely worthwhile. Looking great.
 

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Waltham Trench Watch

Just put this one all back together yesterday so I'm rock'n it for Friday !

1913 Waltham Military Wrist Watch, size 0s, 7 jewels, re-lumed military dial & hands, factory drilled hour marker lum dots, new glass, mainspring, Pigskin band, stem & inner sleeve.

Keystone "Silveroid" case with a hinged case back.

Found the matching advert for this watch in a rather obscure Canadian publication called "Printer's Ink" magazine dated August 27, 1914.









 

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As always, just a beautiful restoration of a great watch.

I think next year, I'd like to add one these beauties to my collection, at some point.
Just put this one all back together yesterday so I'm rock'n it for Friday !

1913 Waltham Military Wrist Watch, size 0s, 7 jewels, re-lumed military dial & hands, factory drilled hour marker lum dots, new glass, mainspring, Pigskin band, stem & inner sleeve.

Keystone "Silveroid" case with a hinged case back.

Found the matching advert for this watch in a rather obscure Canadian publication called "Printer's Ink" magazine dated August 27, 1914.









 
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