Military WWII wristies

John Arrowood

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Since this is Armistice/Veteran's Day. These seem appropriate.
Green band: Type-A11. Spec 94-27834. Ser no. 42-8748, Mfrs part no 1783, Ord No; W535AC-2807, Elgin

Tan band: Type A-11, Spec 27834-B, Ser no. AF44-32827, Mfrs part no 1783, Ord no. WII-107AC-267-73, Elgin

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Wimberleytech

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Here is my Wehrmachtswerk D-H watch that I restored. It came from a family member (who has long passed) who served Allied forces in the Battle of the Bulge. I am pretty sure that it never worked after he retrieved it because it had rust in the keyless works. It is a Precimax P300 movement. I got incredibly lucky to see a pile of watch parts on ebay and in the mix were the parts of a P300 and I got it for next to nothing. I have some A-11s and some A-17s as well.

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