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We Are Only Beginning to Unravel the 1930s and 40s Watches

We have had OnTheDash for almost 16 years, and are just now beginning to unravel the chronographs from the 1930s and 40s.

We don't have many of the catalogs . . . and we dont have many of the watches that have been definitively identified . . . so it is difficult to be certain about the reference numbers.

Your message prompted to to try to identify a recent arrival. Mission accomplished -- it's a Reference 349, as shown in this brochure from 1943. Photos to be posted soon!!



: Is it me or is there very little info or sold pieces to compare to?
: I think I found one sale from 2015 (much lower price than what
: they are asking here). It's especially attractive to me due to
: its 39mm-40mm size but $$ isn't exactly cheap.

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