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Developed by the British War Office after WWI as a general-purpose watch for the Army, the Army Trade Pattern watches were first issued in 1939 and remained in service until 1957. Timor is paying tribute to these watches with the Heritage Field ATP. Available with a manual or automatic Sellita movement, the watches feature 36.5mm 316L brushed stainless steel cases with beige Superluminova dials and a top grain leather strap.  

The Heritage Field ATP will be produced in a run of 100 pieces. 

£1,100 (approx.

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