1960s Breitling D.N.D. Department Of National Defence Chronograph


Here is a hard-to-find Canadian Breitling military one-button chronograph watch from the 1960s that was issued to aircrew on Canadian military aircrafts. This watch is entirely original, including the hands, dial, and signed screw-back steel case with military (Department of National Defense) identification numbers. The fine caliber 236 Valjoux manual winding signed Breitling movement was expensively cleaned, serviced, and is functioning perfectly. This watch has a hacking second feature, which allows the wearer to stop the second hand by pulling out the crown. This provides the ability to set the exact time, down to the second. The 36x45mm stainless steel signed Breitling case displays very fine condition. The original dial was produced with military specifications and is (correctly) unsigned. This dial has an even patina and looks excellent!

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