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    Abra 1910's WW1 Enamel Dial Trench Watch
    Case: 33 mm, cushion shape, Two body nickel cushion case
    Dial: Enamel dial with painted Arabic numbers
    Movement: Manual wind, 17 jewel, nickel plated, Swiss lever.
    Band: Leather
    Signed: ABRA on case, movement


    Condition Report*: Type: Abra 1910s WW1 Enamel Dial Trench Watch
    Signed: ABRA on case, movement
    Dial: Enamel dial with painted arabic numbers
    Metal: Nickel
    Case #: 383
    Case Info: Two body nickel cushion case
    Case Width: 33 mm
    Crystal: Glass
    Watch Movement: 17 jewel, nickel plated, Swiss lever.
    Band: Leather
    Circa: 1910's
    Condition: Case is in very good condition for a watch of this period, dial is superb. Movement runs, service is recommended.
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    Auction Dates
    May, 2018
    1st Tuesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 16
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