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It came with an album and uniform items that belonged to a WW2 Navy veteran of the Pacific theater. I was curious as to approximate age and whether it is a generic stop-watch or perhaps it served some military related purpose.
It is marked W.E. Huguenin on the face and A.E.Stauffer on the case and works.
A good quality stopwatch which appears to be at least 65 years old. Unless there is a military property mark on the outside of the case, there is no way of knowing if it was used in the Navy or not. Servicemen often bought their own watches then, as they do now.
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