Case: Original, unpolished case in very good condition with all the lines intact. There are two crowns: one for winding the primary mainspring and setting the time, and a second for changing the alarm indicator disc at 6 O’Clock. When the alarm crown, marked “A” is engaged, a tiny hammer strikes a post in the case back causing it to sound.
Caseback marked Stainless Steel. Marked 7742F between top lugs.
New crystal installed.
Dial: Original, factory finished eggshell dial with tiny balls of lume at the hour markers. No, it no longer glows. All original handset.
Alarm window spans from 4 to 7 O’Clock. Most mechanical wrist alarms used an alarm indicator hand; the rotating alarm disc and cutout window is very uncommon and possibly unique to this reference.
Movement: It contains the legendary A. Schild 1475 movement, a manual wind movement with alarm complication. The AS 1475 movement was found in the highest quality watches of the day, including models by Tudor, Abercrombie & Fitch, Bulova, and others.
Fully serviced by our master watchmaker.
Dimensions: 40.5 mm x 34.5 mm without crown(s). 18mm lugs.
Condition: Excellent vintage condition.
Band: Pictured on an unpadded, black leather strap.
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