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This an early execution example of the Jardur Bezelmeter, an aviation watch debuted in the 1940s. The watch features a beautiful and unpolished case, with sharp beveled egdes. The black gilt dial is in good condition, and features a red degreemeter scale along the outside of the dial. The dial shows some age due to the application of radium-based lume deterioration. The early execution Bezelmeters stand out for their lack of outer-bezel, cathedral hands, and use of the Valjous 71 movement, which was later substituted for the Valjoux 72. The luminescent material is still ever-present, reading strong on a geiger-counter.
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