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Straight out of the FedEx box…1915 Hy Moser & Cie flawless enamel 24-hour, Red-12 dial … 43mm pin set WW1 Trench Watch… 4X signed including the usual Moser cuvette…most likely pocket watch hands….

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A surprisingly soulful Ingersoll! Picked it up at a local antique shop for pennies, purely to use as a prop for a work project. Then I ended up actually wearing it today.

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From what I can deduce, the watch is 1960s-70s. 'Swiss Made' on the dial. The case seems to be soldered together, so the movement cannot be accessed. Despite its... what's the right term... unprestigious? pedigree, the watch keeps perfect time (I've tested it for a week straight out of curiosity), and is rather nice looking. Lots of detail, and there is a warmth to it that is usually absent from these types of watches. I was planning to give it away after I was done with the work project, and I probably will... but not yet!

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