Hanhart Monopusher Chronograph WWII
German Pilot watch
The production of pilot watches at Hanhart dates back to the Second World War. The company from Gütenbach in the Black Forest originally specialized in stopwatches and received an armaments order for the German Air Force.
During the Second World War five different models were delivered to the Reich Air Force. The watches were marked in the factory or on the back cover with a six-digit serial number, starting with the 100,000 to around 127,000 at the end of the war.
The basis was the Hanhart caliber 40
Completely revised by an expert watchmaker, in good working condition.
Manual wind cal. 40
Case diameter: 40mm
Screw down back.
Black dial with Arabic numerals.
2 sub-dials at 3 and 9 o’clock.
Nator strap is approx 21cm including the case.
- inaured and registered fast shipping
- Monopusher WWII "NO RESERVE PRICE"
- Numéro de référence
- Remontage manuel
- Matériau du boîtier
- Finesse du matériau
- nato strap
- Étui de protection
- Montre-bracelet chronographe
- Envoi assuré
- En état de marche avec traces d’usures visibles