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    Default This Sprang up...(Steve McQueen Hanhart)

    This sub forum snuck in under my radar.....
    Hadn't noticed it until today, great idea though,

    Here is an mil Hanhart that I don't have anymore...


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    Beautiful Hanhart, Martin. 417 ES Flyback? As worn by you, Al' and...



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    Jon'.

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    Looks like a wild animal....


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    Superb photos Martin. I haven't seen that one with my Junghans J88 before. Guess I have to find a Hanhart 417 ES now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by StampeSV4 View Post
    Superb photos Martin. I haven't seen that one with my Junghans J88 before. Guess I have to find a Hanhart 417 ES now...

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    ...I found one.

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    Good work Jon, these are rare beasts...
    Let's see some pictures.

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    Martin,

    Only have the seller's photos for now. It should be here in time for Bristol. In the meantime I'll let the Supermarines steal the limelight.

    By the way, was yours the chrome on brass-cased 417E or the stainless steel 417ES? (The third set of NSN numbers are 121 and 120 respectively).

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    It was the anti-spark brass bodied version.....

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    Here are my Bundeswehr...
    I´ll start with the Junghans, with the J88 movement. In my oppinion the most sought after!
    The watch was issued from 1958 to the pilots of the Luftwaffe, the Jets that were flown at that time were Lockheed´s F-104 „Starfighter“
    The watch was also issued to the commanding officers of the Navy, especially the commanders of the submarines and the fast patrol boats and to the commanders of the armoured reconnaissance/ long range reconnaissance patrols of the Army as well.




    The Heuer H3 was the watch which took over after the Junghans.
    I´ll spare you my explainations, because enough has already been written about the watch. Heuer
    Heuer Bund
    Heuer comparison
    Heuer on the dash
    Heuer Knirim



    Orfina Porsche design Bund, Lemania 5100 Workhorse movement.
    again here a link with more informatio about the watch
    Orfina Porsch design Bund


    Orfina Bund 3H dial and back


    Here with the same movement, Lemania 5100, the Arctos Bund. They all look very much alike, that´s because the Bundeswehr had stringent specifications which they had to be made made to.


    Tutima Bund



    Well the two that are still evading me are the old cal 41 Tutima and Hanhart, which are nearly identical to the issued watches from the second world war, just a little smaller.

    the early Bundeswehr Hanhart Cal.42-51 Type 417 E
    two pushbutton chrono.




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