ETERNA 'DIRTY DOZEN' WW2 MILITARY SPEC WATCH IN ORIGINAL CONDITION
A rare chance to own a very hard to find watch.
The WW2 Eterna is the second rarest of the 'Dirty Dozen' A range of WW2 military watches commissioned by the MOD to issue to army personnel all with very a standard specification
There were 12 manufacturers hence the nickname “The Dirty Dozen”.
The manufacturers were Buren, Cyma, Eterna, Grana, Jaeger Le-Coultre, Lemania, Longines, IWC, Omega, Record, Timor and Vertex.
The rarest was the Grana version with the Eterna being second with only 5,000 produced.
There were 5000 Eterna W.W.Ws made
This particular watch is all original unmolested, it has been mechanically serviced and regulated by us and keeps good time. Watch is in good condition with no major damage to the case etc. Daating from year 1945, The dial and hands are original and shows their age which add's to the character of the watch. We have fitted a Green NATO style strap to complement the watch.