Men’s 1932 Hamilton Mount Vernon Dress Watch

Men’s 1932 Hamilton Mount Vernon Dress Watch

Item: W2477

Watch's origin: American

Number of jewels: 17

Case: Hamilton

Manufacturer: Hamilton

Type of Watch:  Wrist

Type: Open-Face

Lug Width: 18mm

Dimension: 41mm by 26mm

Composition: Gold-Filled

Other Attributes:   With Box

Price: $2,995.00

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Without question, Hamilton Watch Company of Lancaster, Pa. has emerged as one of the finest watch houses to ever build a timepiece. Around the world, the Hamilton watch is lauded for its innovative design, both functionally and artistically. Beginning their claim to fame as designers of railroad pocket watches with degrees of error measured within fractions of seconds a day, Hamilton went on to become major forces in the wristwatch line, hiring the brightest designers and engineers to oversee development of hundreds of original styles. Today, Hamiltons retain their spot as most favored timepieces among fashion artists and collectors.

One of the rarest and most desirable American timepieces we've had the pleasure to offer, this 17 ruby-jeweled Hamilton Mount Vernon in 14k yellow gold-fill is an extremely uncommon work of Deco-Era American horological art.

Its quintessential Art Deco design – beefy yet elegant with bar lugs factory-fitted to a matching bracelet band – is a striking example of form and function. Every element contributes to excellent wrist presence. Measuring approximately 41mm by 26mm, it is one of the most unusual and fetching Hamiltons you'll find anywhere and in astonishingly good condition!

The original 17 ruby jewel movement keeps time as intended, as it has been thoroughly cleaned, oiled and calibrated. Its bracelet, without modification, fits a 6 ¾ inch wrist. We're pleased to offer this work of art in a Hamilton factory Bakelite presentation case.

If you're looking for a watch to convey your fine taste to the world, why not impress your friends and colleagues with a rare and exquisite example of the golden era of American watchmaking?