Watches to wear with your flight jackets...

warguy

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Figured what the heck, might apply…..I dont wear these personally, but one could. My three original WWII watches….Firstnis a mint 1944 A-11 hack watch. Second one part of a larger grouping from a WWII marine Corps pilot. Third, from a recent grouping worn by a WWII and Korean War navy Aviator. All made by Elgin.
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CombatWombat

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For my A2's I wear a bloody ancient Omega dress watch
( only watch I've got that isn't thick and "catchy" on the knits)
For everything else I wear either my marathon GSAR (swapped my slouch hat and beret with a Canuck) or Tracer H3 "blackout"....since I'm a massive fan of sapphire crystal watchfaces and trigalite markers
 

B-Man2

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Figured what the heck, might apply…..I dont wear these personally, but one could. My three original WWII watches….Firstnis a mint 1944 A-11 hack watch. Second one part of a larger grouping from a WWII marine Corps pilot. Third, from a recent grouping worn by a WWII and Korean War navy Aviator. All made by Elgin. View attachment 81483View attachment 81484View attachment 81485
They are all great finds but that WWII A-11 is stunning. What awesome condition it’s in. Nicely done …
 

Chandler

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Nice watches around here.
Actually I am actively looking for a Tituma "1941" chronograph. Do any of you have one for sale by any chance ?
@Bremspropeller , I guess you don't want to sell yours ? :p

Not a '41, but marked down! ;)
 
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