Vacheron Constantin and Hamilton. A Lot of Two Military Openface Keyless Lever Watches
Vacheron Constantin and Hamilton. A Lot of Two Military Openface Keyless Lever Watches

THE FIRST, A SILVER CHRONOGRAPH WATCH SIGNED VACHERON CONSTANTIN, GENÈVE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS, U.S.A., NO. 2892, MOVEMENT NO. 385'027, CASE NO. 241'209, THE SECOND A STAINLESS STEEL WATCH SIGNED HAMILTON, BU. AERO U.S. NAVY, G.C.T, MOVEMENT NO. 2'616'478, CASE NO. 1'070'290, THE FIRST CIRCA 1920, THE SECOND CIRCA 1940

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Vacheron Constantin and Hamilton. A Lot of Two Military Openface Keyless Lever Watches

The first, a Silver Chronograph Watch signed Vacheron Constantin, Genève, Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., No. 2892, Movement No. 385'027, Case No. 241'209, the second a Stainless Steel watch signed Hamilton, BU. Aero U.S. Navy, G.C.T, Movement No. 2'616'478, Case No. 1'070'290, the first Circa 1920, the second Circa 1940
The first with gilt-finished lever movement, 20 jewels, bimetallic compensation balance, silver cuvette, white enamel dial, luminous Arabic numerals, blued steel hands, central shorter chronograph hand, outer chapter ring for fifths of a second with red Arabic five second divisions, sunken subsidiary dial for constant seconds, circular case, chronograph operated through the crown, engraved hinged back reading; Corps of Engineers, U.S.A., No. 2892, case, cuvette, dial and movement signed, case and cuvette stamped HF, the second with nickel-finished lever movement, bimetallic compensation balance, swan-neck regulator, black dial, Arabic numerals, outer minute divisions, subsidiary seconds, circular case, engraved screw back reading: B.U. Aero. U.S. Navy, Aircraft Navigational Watch, Ser. No. 290-37, Hamilton Watches, dial and movement signed
the first 52mm diam., the second 54mm diam.

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