Hamilton Electric Pacer GE Breakthru '60 14K Gold (Ventura II) Watch
Offered is this FULLY SERVICED (ultrasonic wash, rinse, and lubrication) Hamilton Electric 14K Solid Gold Pacer (Ventura II) watch. Pictured in René Rondeau's book "The Watch Of The Future" on pages 146 to 150, it was released circa 1960 and was intended to be given as an award watch. It is signed on the dial, case, movement, and crown. It runs great and keeps time to well under 30 seconds variation per day and has a brand new battery just installed. The hack function works properly, and the watch starts right up each time the crown is pushed in from the setting position to the running position.
The Solid Gold Pacer was only made as an award watch. None were sold in retail stores. There were two versions of this watch. The first 400 were made for use by GE as award watches with 500A movements and Ventura style dials. A few years later, 100 were made with 505 movements and Pacer style dials. These were used by Kraft and Sanders & Thomas as award watches. This is one of the original GE Award watches with 500A movement. It also features a great ORIGINAL FINISH BLACK DIAL.
BRAND: Hamilton Electric 14K Pacer (Ventura II)
CASE: 14K Solid Yellow Gold
CASE BACK: Marked Hamilton, 14K Gold, S&W with GE Inscription, and inside marked Hamilton W. Co., Lancaster, PA, 14K Gold, S424269, S&W
BAND/BRACELET: Brand New Genuine Leather Black Strap with gold tone buckle
MOVEMENT: 500A Electric, Marked Hamilton 500A, Pat. Pending, ADJ., U.S.A.
SIZE: 32mm without crown | 46mm lug to lug
CROWN: Excellent, Gold Tone, marked with the "H" Logo
CRYSTAL: Excellent, New, with no cracks
CASE: Excellent, Solid 14K Gold
DIAL: Excellent, with ORIGINAL FINISH, marked Hamilton Electric with Pat. Pending below the 6 position
HANDS: Excellent, Gold Dauphine hour and minute hands, red tip pointer seconds hand, all correct for this watch
BAND: Brand New
Guaranteed to arrive in fine working order, or your money back, or return for a refund for any reason within 7 days if not satisfied. I am a NAWCC (National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors) member and stand behind what I sell.