This is a very nice example of a WW2 Hanhart Cal.41 twin pusher chronograph wristwatch with fixed bezel.
Dial marked with the 'Hanhart' logo. The dial is in good condition retaining the original lume which has faded and darkened with age.
The hour and minute hands still have the orignal lume in place.
Brass case with nickel silver plating. The case is in good condition with a wonderful patina of age.
Rear case cover in stainless steel has the number 117960 which matches the number on the movement,
The watch is fitted with a German made (Frank Roesky) riveted brown leather strap which is very similar to the original straps fitted to these watches. The strap is in good condition.
The plexi-glass has been renewed and is in excellent condition.
The watch is running very well having just completed a major service which entailed a complete strip down to every individual part followed by cleaning and rebuild / lubrication.
A new mainspring was fitted while the movement was dismantled.
Overall a very nice example which has been fully serviced and is under warranty for 12 months from the date of purchase.
A great opportunity to obtain a real piece of history.
If you are interested in purchasing this watch please contact me in the first instance to discuss method of delivery and payment.