Hamilton World War II Military Hacking 2987
This is a great looking Hamilton Hacking 2987 Military watch that winds, sets, and runs great, and keeps excellent time. They were made for military use around 1943 to 1945, and only approximately 3000 were made. Obviously, a lot of this number did not survive the hard use they encountered. It differs from a normal 987 in that it has a center seconds hand, 18 Jewels, and the hacking feature, which stops the seconds hand when the crown is in the setting position. The hacking feature allowed watches to be set in unison with other watches right down to the second, which was often important in military operations.
CASE: Base Metal
CASE BACK: Screwdown, marked FSSC 88-W-800, MFR'S PART NO.39103, HAMILTON WATCH CO., and inside marked Star Watch Case Co., Base Metal, 5154422
BAND/BRACELET: Nylon Strap, with matching Silver Tone Clasp
MOVEMENT: Manual Wind, marked Hamilton, 18 Jewels, 2987, 3S6149
SIZE: 33mm without crown, and 37mm lug to lug
CRYSTAL: Excellent, with no cracks
CASE: Showing Expected Wear
DIAL: Aged Original Finish
HANDS: Aged, Original
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 an NAWCC (National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors) member and stand behind what I sell.