Portuguese Sidérale Scafusia
Michael Friedberg Wrote:What makes you say that?If you could get us serial numbers we can be precise as to dating. However, your watch is a calibre 73 (that's the movement) in a style that was popular in the late 1920s or perhaps very early '30s --but certainly not WW II.Also, many of these had fancy backs (like yours) with a little space for an engraving or initial; I've never seen one with a Swastika. Nor did WW II Nazi watches look like this and ones with Swastikas were totally different.Anything is possible, but sometimes Sellers make up fanciful stories to intrigue buyers or rationalize a blemish. But perhaps there is more here; let us know why you think it's WW II.
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