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Hamilton - 21j, manual, adjusted 6 pos[movement],
excellent+ Empress gold filled screwback case, size 16 [back]another view [view],
near mint+ Original double sunk dial,blue steeled hands, subsidiary seconds.
From 1940, the first year of production, a Hamilton 992b for the Canadian railroads.Nice addition to your collection. Railroad watches have been very strong in the last few years and will get stronger if the international market catches on! (Ref r841)|
Hamilton reference: r841
Offered for sale by: Finer Times, California
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