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Lot 822 (The Watches Auction, 2nd July 2019)

A GENTLEMAN'S ZENITH STEEL WATCH, C.1930S

Sold for £130


Condition report

In worn condition, scratches to case, general wear
Very dirty, especially to case edge at crystal
Winds and ticks at present
Hands can be set
Scratches to glass
Lacking box and papers

 

GENTLEMAN'S ZENITH STAINLESS STEEL MANUAL WIND WRIST WATCH,
1930s, signed Zenith movement, the round dial with Roman 12, 3 and 9 and baton hour markers, all in black, sunken subsidiary seconds at 6, railroad outer seconds track in black, blued steel pencil hands, 30mm tiered case, on a generic strap, lacking box and papers

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