Product images of Deck watch in case
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Deck watch in case
A mahogany deck box fitted with two brass hinges and a simple pressed brass clip-type catch. The top is glazed with a circular 'porthole' on the upper surface. The box is lined with grey imitation leather in the lid and the lower half, shaped to the form of the watch. The lid has an open-ended clear plastic cover on the inside to hold an issue card. The bottom of the box is covered with grey imitation leather. The chromium-plated nickel, open-face case has the winding/setting crown inset into a wide pendant, with flat, shaped bow. Pulling out the winding button stops the watch (light stop-piece against the balance) and engages the handset facility. The convex 'unbreakable' glass is held in a screw-down, knurled, chromium-plated nickel bezel. The nickel, screw-down back is machine engraved on the back 'ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COV / SER NO / 587 (struck through) /
- Image reference: F1149
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Ministry of Defence Art Collection