Eterna - WWW signed British Army 40s self winding caliber Ref.520
Eterna - WWW signed British Army 40s self winding caliber Ref.520
Eterna - WWW signed British Army 40s self winding caliber Ref.520
Eterna - WWW signed British Army 40s self winding caliber Ref.520
Eterna - WWW signed British Army 40s self winding caliber Ref.520
Eterna - WWW signed British Army 40s self winding caliber Ref.520
Eterna - WWW signed British Army 40s self winding caliber Ref.520

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Eterna - WWW signed British Army 40s self winding caliber Ref.520

€2,890.00

WWW, cassa 36mm assegnata P4814 metà anni '40 con fondello a vite, movimento Ref.520 carica manuale racchiuso in un coperchio in ferro dolce a proteggere il calibro dalla polvere e dai campi magnetici. Nei primi anni ’40, il Ministero della Difesa britannico stabilì delle specifiche per un orologio da polso destinato alle milizie impegnate nel secondo conflitto mondiale. Le specifiche sono note come WWW (Watches Wristlet Waterproof) cioè Orologi da polso impermeabili. Dodici furono le case orologiere che risposero ai requisiti del ministero: Buren, Cyma, Eterna, Grana, Jaeger LeCoultre, Lemania, Longines, IWC, Omega, Record, Timor e Vertex. Questi dodici orologi sono noti tra i collezionisti come la sporca dozzina.

WWW, case 36mm assigned P4814 mid 40s with screw back, Ref.520 movement manual winding enclosed in a soft iron cover to protect the movement from dust and magnetic fields. In the early 40s, the British Ministry of Defenseestablished the specifications for a military wristwatch for soldiers engaged in World War II. The specifications are known as WWW (Watches Wristlet Waterproof). Twelve were the watchmakers who responded to the requirements of the ministry: Buren, Cyma, Eterna, Grana, Jaeger LeCoultre, Lemania, Longines, IWC, Omega, Record, Timor and Vertex. These twelve watches are known among collectors as the dirty dozen.