Up for grabs is the popular Jardur Bezelmeter, an aviation watch debuted in the 1940s. These watches were produced by the Pilgrim Electic Company, in came in a few different variants. The present example is the later Valjoux 72 variation, with a screwback case, pump pushers, and rotating bezel. The watch features a beautiful and unpolished case, with sharp beveled egdes. The black gilt dial is in good condition, and features a red degree meter scale along the outside of the dial, and still retains most of its factory gloss. The lume on the hands and dial is original radium, aged to a dark brown/black on the dial (which is common for this model), and a lighter yellow color in the hands.
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