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FS: Rarity Ezeha Chopard 1930's German Military art deco watch

Very rare watch from the 1930s, from Scheufele Family the family that owns Chopard now. Active watchmaker family from Birkenfeld Germany. They were maker of luxury items mainly pocket watches, and purse watches, and very few wrist watches.

Here is a rare example of one military watch, in an all steel case. Screws similiar to other high end swiss makers

Its not large. 28mm without the crown and 37MM long. It has an interesting shaped case with fixed lugs. Its thick about 9mm. Has 4 screws on case back to hold it in. Inside marke Eszeha stainless steel. Eszeha used JLC, Eterna, IWC, and Vacheron constantine movements. Check it on ebay I'm taking offers on it now. Its a rare piece you only see once

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