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early single pusher Chrono worn by fighter pilots from the german "Luftwaffe", so
for example by Erich Hartmann
nickelplated case with steel bottom - all incl. chrono and time-deviation as it shout be!
case is the much better looking "matte plated" version
this Hanart chronos without rotating is the big case version, that means 41 mm without
the crown, so 2 mm more than these with rotating bezel.
absolutly correct, that you see no movement number, because these early ones you find
it on the opposite side from movement under the dial.
for the reason, that the nickelplated case backs haven't been appropriate, later during the
war Hanhart generelly changed them into steel and also a lot of these early ones became
the steel bottoms during they had been used during the war and later also.
i am no war-enthusiast, but Erich Hartmanns biography is really interesting, also the
rehabilitation 1997 by thee russians.
great watch - great history
and also not only a historical piece - you can also use as,what it was made for:
a watch on your wrist, that works properly
Euro 3100 + shippment
watch and me located in germany
This one is the rare version with unsigned dial (one from three different dial versions) -
it is assumed that Hartmann had exactly this version (checkby google picture search)