Possibly looking to buy this piece being. Im a sucker for vintage German brands.
Can I get some opinions on the claims made in the listing as shown here? Thank you.
Manufacturer: Stowa, Germany
Type: Manual-winding wristwatch
Year of production: ca.1940
Case type: 3-body, with snap-back, mixed satin and mirror finish. Fixed bars.
Case material: Steel and stainless steel caseback
Case measurement: 36 mm (without crown) / 47 mm (lug-to-lug) / 18 mm (between lugs)
Case serial number: n/a
Case back: Snap-back, signed ‘Fond Acier Inox’ and with reference number on the outer side of the caseback.
Crown/pushers: Steel, fluted crown.
Movement type: Manual-winding with small second hand
Movement model: Swiss Unitas 173 signed ‘Stowa’.
Movement serial number: n/a
Dial: Stunning glossy salmon-pink dial decorated with black printed minutes track, with printed black Art Deco Arabic numerals, signed ‘Stowa’ at 12 o’clock. Seconds subsidiary dial at 6 o’clock.
Hands: Blue baton hour, minute and second hands.
Case condition: Untouched, unpolished. 0 (unworn) condition. New-old-stock.
Movement condition: 0 (unworn) professionally serviced, only original parts. Adjusted and keeps good time. New-old-stock.
Dial/hands condition: Untouched, all original and mint, new-old-stock.
Overall condition: 0 (unworn), flawless.