Heuer fans need no introduction to the 1960s Bund.
Check out the classic jet black dial with huge white numerals and the standard 3H-symbol in red. This is the earlier version of the watch, evidenced by the standard sized Heuer logo, the small-T symbol (for tritium) over the 6, and the standard sized font.
It is a massive 43mm wide, excluding the crown, by 52mm from lug to lug.
Finish is excellent with just a few scratches. The caseback carries the BUNDESWEHR marking and the correct NSN (6645-12-146-3774) but the last four digits, 3774, have been largely worn away.
The model no.1550 SG and serial number (3875XX) are engraved between the lugs, as expected.
The bezel shows minor wear, a small scratch near the 30.
The Valjoux 230 flyback movement keeps excellent time, and the flyback works fine.
On a lightly used Hodinkee leather strap.