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Picked this up today, thoughts on brand and why reverse scratched out985a6f29815317455add9022af077584.jpg1e37aff985dc7176008450fa19a82373.jpg

 

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There may have been a personal inscription engraved on the caseback which a later owner of the watch did not wish to retain for some reason. What little text can be seen where the machining has removed the inscription seems to indicate that whatever had been written was scratch-engraved by an amateur.

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Looked up the 6e/385 logo and seems they come from raf mountain rescue which is a prity cool find..

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It's a Cortebert ww2 ATP watch which looks to have been reissued. It is common to see markings scratched through when MOD watches are re-designated or sometimes sold off or even downgraded.

Search Cortebert ATP watch and you will find plenty of images.

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Had a look inside tonight looks very clean, think i might take it to someone who is a bit more knowledge and give it a service

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It looks like the edge of the case has been spliced together. Is it a repair or original or maybe a trick of the light? Is the other side of the case the same?

Looks like it could do with a service as the reg is off the scale.

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