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Vintage c1960s White Metal Peek A Boo Hidden Swiss Pendant Watch Sterling Chain Works Winds Ticks Runs

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We supply our Domestic and USA residents with (free) regular Domestic and Overseas Mail. All other countries incur a fee for regular overseas mail shipments. Services can be delayed due to lack of available flights etc during Pandemic. If you wish to receive your item more quickly and fully insured for loss or damage then please opt for the Express Shipping Service available (at a cost) during checkout.

This is a 1960s’ White Metal Pendant Barrell Watch & Sterling Chain

The watch is marked on the dial Finasse 17 Jewel Incabloc and Swiss Movm The watch is in very good vintage condition. It is a Manual Wind Hidden Pendant Watch. You pull it open to tell the time and close it back to wear as a pendant. Very popular design in the 1960’s and known as a hidden or peek a boo watch.

The chain is marked 925 and is sterling silver. The watch winds, ticks and runs and appears to keep time. All vintage timepieces are sold as is as the last service they had is unknown. I strongly recommend a service by a watchmaker to keep it in excellent running order.

The pendant is 3.5cms long including bail and 8cms long including tassels. The bead type sterling chain is 27 inches or 68.5cms long

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