WW1 Trench Watch Porcelain Dial


This is one of the cleanest dials I’ve discovered on a WW1 era circa 1914 trench watch. These dials are made of porcelain and often we see them with cracks in the dial. This dial looks incredible; with its radium numerals, blued steel cathedral hands and large sub-seconds register. Considering the age of this vintage military watch, the Swiss movement is decently accurate after a service, about 50 seconds per day. The case is hinged and manufactured from sterling silver. The 33mm case looks larger due to the (commonly) narrow 12mm high quality vintage Cordovan leather band which accentuates the all-dial appearance on this fine watch. These bands alone last for years and years. You will receive many positive comments as folks gaze at your wrist.

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