Sold for £130
A WW II Air Ministry split seconds stop watch by Guignard & Golay, having an enamel dial with Arabic numerals and two subsidiary dials, the case back marked with a crown over A.M. 6B / 140, in original box with serial no. 791/39.
Appears to be in working order while laying flat but stops when held up. Inner numerals 15,20 and 25 worn and appear to have been over written, case with old tape marks/residue to front and back, box split and worn at corners. Crown loose.
Condition reports must be considered as a matter of opinion and not fact.
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