28th Jun, 2023 10:30 GMT/BST

Militaria & Ethnographica

 
  Lot 61
 

61

An Air Ministry Eight-Day Cockpit Timepiece, signed Jaeger, 1940's, manual wound movement, black dial with luminous Arabic numerals, hand setting/ winding crown above 12, case back stamped AM and numbered 106A/207, plaque stamped Jaeger Watch Co Inc New York USA Model: 3600P, 60mm wide, together with another Air Ministry One-Day Cockpit Timepiece, 1940's, manual movement movement, black dial with luminous Arabic numerals and numbered 6A/1002 One Day, rotating bezel winding, case back stamped AM, 65mm, (2)

Not Sold

 

Both cases with one one chips and rubbing to the surfaces in parts, original dial finishes with good patina to the numerals, both movements are not working.

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Auction: Militaria & Ethnographica, 28th Jun, 2023

An interesting and varied sale including a Collection of Prussian and German Pickelhauben, and various pieces of Second World War British military headgear, cap badges, air weapons, antique firearms, and pistols. Highlights of the sale include a Rare First World War Tank Driver's Leather Helmet, a Mid-17th Century German Wheel-lock Sporting Gun, and a 19th Century Asmat "Ndambirkus" Ancestor Skull, New Guinea. 

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