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Enicar ATP Military Issue wristwatch - c.1940's


This superb 1940’s Enicar ATP, Army Trade Pattern, is a great example of a British issued military watch, with a fantastic patina to the dial. 

The stainless steel case is in lovely condition for a watch of this age and has the scalloped edge on the case back, distinctive to this watch. The watch dial and hands also reflect its age and also have a beautiful patina. The blued steel hands have their original luminous inserts. It also has a smaller than usual subsidiary seconds dial which makes the watch easily recognizable from other ATP's. The dial is unmarked and in beautiful condition. The case back is marked with /|\ - ATP and serial number 41xxx.

The watch is powered as are most of the Enicar ATP's by an Adolf Schild Cal. AS 984, which is running very well and will come with our 12 month guarantee for your piece of mind.

Overall it is not a very large watch but it still stands out and when worn on a bund strap looks great.

  • Model ref: Enicar ATP
  • Year: 1940s
  • Warranty length: 3 months
  • Box and papers: No
  • Movement type, calibre and jewels: Hand wound, AS 984
  • Case: Stainless steel, screw-down
  • Dial: Gold
  • Crystal: Plexiglas
  • Bracelet: Used brown leather strap and new black bund!
  • Width (w/o crown): 31mm
  • Height, lug to lug: 37mm
  • Lug width: 16mm
  • Wrist size: Adjustable