Breitling one button chronograph for the Canadian Department of National Defence. Made between 1967 and 1977 there were apparently about 5000 of these chronographs made by Breitling. If you are interested in more information there is some good data on vintage-breitling.com. This is a good clean unmolested example with the white two register sterile dial with intact lume on the dial and hands. The case is 36.5 mm stainless steel and appears to be in unpolished condition. The movement is a Valjoux 236 chronograph movement, very clean and functioning correctly. Both chronograph hands reset to zero as designed. Both crowns are original with the winding crown signed Breitling. The inside caseback and the movement are also signed Breitling. The outside caseback bears the correct DND markings including serial number and stock number. All markings are clearly visible. The strap is the issued khaki nylon strap with black tang style buckle. This particular watch was used in the Canadian Army artillery by the guys who fired the big guns. If you’ve been looking for one of these watches this is a good chance to get a solid unmolested example in excellent original condition. There is a limited supply of these watches and really good examples rarely come to market. We have not done anything to this watch, we are leaving that to the new owner. This watch is being sold in “as found” condition. However, having said that, the watch is keeping good time and the chronograph, as mentioned above is working properly. Price is $6995 USD by bankwire transfer.