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I would like to bid on this watch if it is a real Hamilton 992 case and hands.
Any help would be great.
Thanks in advance.
Hi Skip, I can tell you for sure those hands are definately NOT correct. And most likely the case is not correct either. Enjoy
Thanks Joe, I also thought neither were correct.
Through 1929 the Hamilton 992 was available to retailers as a movement only, the number would help to narrow that down. Check it here...
If the movement in question is prior to 1930 and in the absence of other case-screw marks that could conceivably be the original case. But as Joseph pointed out those hands, although nice for a Hunter-Cased movement or a lesser grade, would not be original to a 992 as they originally came with, shall we say. more sensible hands.
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