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In excellent overall condition - Circa 1919 Silver trench watch, with a high-grade Swiss movement, exhibiting an under-slung ratchet wheel and bridge layout similar to Jaeger, Vacheron and Patek movements of the era. The watch has a perfect silver case with no indents and a perfect enamel dial with no hairline fractures or chips. The hands are a beautiful, thermally blued tone. This watch is one of the best examples I have seen from the time, and combining this with the high grade movement and design features, it perfectly encapsulates the trench watch of the era. Although un-branded, it is clearly of high quality and was imported by George Stockwell. 

The watch is a good size at 33mm and has recently been serviced by our watchmaker.
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Perfect enamel dial with roman numerals, no damage, in excellent condition.
The hands are thermally blued, fit all margins well and appear to be original, in excellent condition.
The crystal is a replacement and in excellent condition.
A good fit to the watch, I can't vouch for it's originality, discolouration.
A beautiful silver case with no large scratches or dints in the watch. 
Light surface scratching, all case back hinges are attached and function well.
A new 12mm genuine leather strap.
Serviced in the last month. There was significant wear which means the watch can operate anywhere between +6 seconds fast and +260 seconds fast in a day. Overall in everyday wear, it tends to be under 1 minute fast.


Case is 33 x 33mm without crown. The lug width is 12mm, with a depth of 10mm.


1919 Silver trench watch, high-grade swiss movement, enamel dial, 33mm, serviced

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