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FS: Cyma WWW Dirty Dozen British Army Military Wristwatch c.1945 *LINK*

Dear All

For sale is this Cyma WWW Dirty Dozen British Army Wristwatch c.1945.

As many of you may know these watches began being manufactured and issued to the British Army in early 1945. There were 12 Swiss manufacturers of the WWW watches and as such, the collection is commonly referred to by collectors and dealers alike as “The Dirty Dozen”. Only around 20,000 Cyma WWW watches were made for the British Army during WW2.

The watch is in excellent overall condition and is one of the very best examples to be found.

The original factory dial is in wonderful overall condition.

The hands and crown are all correct to the original specification of the watch.

The casing is in lovely condition with very few noticeable marks or scratches.

The Cyma 234 calibre movement is currently running well and keeping very good time and retains its original dust cover.

The watch diameter is 38mm.

Please see photos below:

The watch is currently listed for sale on our website for £2,795, which includes free worldwide delivery via DHL, fully tracked and insured. The watch also comes complete with two new NATO straps and a quality handmade leather watch pouch.

All our items are guaranteed to be completely genuine and authentic examples of their kind. We offer a fourteen-day "no quibble" money-back guarantee on all the items we sell together with a full six-month warranty on all our wristwatches and clocks. This means that you can buy from us with complete confidence.

For further information on the watch for sale please feel free to call us on 0207 117 2807 or email us direct via

Many thanks and regards

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