Got this watch today. Will appreciate any thoughts and info.
33,5 case diamater, 18mm lug size, fixed lugs, two tone dial, blued breguet hands, movement looks like 106-50? Case number 8203523 (just inside), movement serial number - 3181871.
According to serial numbers chart found online could it be from 1938?
I am a bit surprised by such big watch size in those years. Dial looks original to me, love the two tone, and how balanced it looks. Hands look original too (or they are matched very well). Non-signed crown. IMHO probably one of the best looking military style watches I had seen (like the Longines RAF 6B/159 too, but that one is smaller). And condition looks very good - very clean movement and dial has some small evenly displaced dots on it (as many vintage watches this old have).
Looks like movement has some kind of self-made seconds friction spring... Can anyone tell me how the movement should look originally, to understand, which part I should look for? Thanks!