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    Re: Vintage Military trench watch Tissot

    I think it's a Waltham.... the reeson i knoe is becasue it has the dirt still on it. Should have been left in the trench.



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    Re: Vintage Military trench watch Tissot

    Quote Originally Posted by marks55 View Post
    I think it's a Waltham.... the reeson i knoe is becasue it has the dirt still on it. Should have been left in the trench.



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    Re: Vintage Military trench watch Tissot

    Quote Originally Posted by HOROLOGIST007 View Post
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    You should post here your new Hamilton acquisition, to demonstrate the difference.
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    Not a military watch, although watches with this movement may have been worn by American soldiers in WWI:





    Grade 983, made prior to 1917 but not cased by Hamilton until the early 1920's. Rare enamel on metal dial.

    A real Hamilton, not a phony Fissot.
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    Re: Vintage Military trench watch Tissot

    Thanks for sharing
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