- MSRP: $46.95
- Brand: Hamilton
- Size: The case measures 14mm wide and 28.5mm in length.
- Color: 14K Yellow Gold Filled
- Condition: Pre-owned
- Notes: This watch is for parts or repair. The staff is broken. The case is in better than average condition with no brassing. The glass crystal has scratching and a nick on its edge.
- Age: 1941
- Region of Origin: USA
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Features: 12-hour Dial
- Movement: Mechanical: Hand-winding
- Country Made: USA
- Serial Number: N118410
For your consideration is this 1941 Hamilton ladies wrist watch for repair. This watch is for parts or repair. The staff is broken. The case is in better than average condition with no brassing. The glass crystal has scratching and a nick on its edge. This has an L&W 14K Gold filled case. The case measures 14mm wide and 28.5mm in length.
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