I am selling this vintage Sicura Military watch in non working condition for repair or parts. Sell as is.
-Dimensions : 30mm ( 33mm crown included ).
-Lug : 16mm.
-Movement : Manual wind non working.
-Dial : Original.
-Hands : Original with lume.
-Glass : Acrylic.
-Crown : non screw...
Anyone know anything about this one? I've seem descriptions of similar watches on Ebay listed as WWII Wehrmacht watches, but haven't found this exact model. Not sure what's inside since I don't have a tool to open the octagonal case back. The patina on the dial is beautiful, but sadly It...
My Longines Weems L2.608.4 is a reissue of a second-setting pilot watch made by Longines for the US Air Force during WWII.
In 1929, US Navy Captain Phillip Van Horn Weems in conjunction with Longines (and Wittnauer) developed the Weems Second-Setting Watch for nautical navigation. It had a...
I decided that 2018 would be the year for beautifying the Sinn part of my watch family �� (856 - U1 - 903)
After offering a new wardrobe to my Sinn U1 in January I began to think for a strap for my 40th birthday's Sinn 903, so I contacted Maxime Peyrache (Xamlam) , a leather...
...I read "somewhere" that there were other companies, besides Rolex, that gave watches to allied prisoners during WWII.
Does anybody know which ones? (also any other related info - eg about other wars - would be welcome).
I purchased this strap at a local military show a few years ago. It appears to be hand made/machine stitched brown leather with a brass buckle that reads "@STA-WITH" or "@STA-WITE", hard to tell due to the corrosion. Any thoughts if this is a military watch band and/or from the 1940s?
Hello to the Forum! I purchased this watch for $60 yesterday at a Military Collector's Show here is St. Paul, MN. It was sold to me as "from the estate of a WWII German Soldier" and is a Dugena Festa. The markings on the dial are as follows:
It is on a...
This one's not getting much wrist time, so I'm looking to move it on to a better home. This is from Rob's Vintage 2 series and is made from heavy, antique leather with a lot of character. Condition is overall very good, with very little bend and minimal discoloration on the interior leather...
This is my first posting, I usually come across this forum when doing research on watches and finally decided to join! I recently picked up this Eterna watch from an estate of a WWII pilot, but I am uncertain if this is a military watch, as it does not look like any of the other Eterna...
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TNT - Hunter 1 - with historical LACO mechanism
Movement made in November 1944 and saved from the bombing of Pforzheim in February 1945.
TNT once again teams up with Watchuseek to offer the members...
Hello WUS family and all the WIS out there... I'm hoping that someone can help me out a bit. My grampaw served in the US Army from 1942 through 1946, and in the liberation of the Philippines. Unfortunately, he passed away before I could truly appreciate him or his service.
Can anyone tell me...
Up for sale is my Seiko military (non-issue) chronograph (SNN241). RAF pilots are known to be using this variant as well as the SNN231, SNDA57, and SNDA65....depending on whats available or what the MOD is issuing.
This model is Japanese made. All hands zero and the watch is in...
This is my second FS offer here, a great and interesting German Pilots watch from the WWII era.
The watch shows wear, chrome pitting but no humidity or water damage.
The timepiece itself is a magnificent piece and at 42mm a really really large one for the period, it has all original...
Some time ago i got into vintage timepieces... One thing lead to another and now I'm selling some of my watches to fund another acquisition.
Several years ago I've purchased a Longines Weems ( USAF version ) from a vets widow, the watch belonged to an US Army serviceman whose