Harwood Automatic Wrist Watch

Contributed by Antiques Roadshow - Beverley

Harwood Automatic Wrist Watch

This is an example of the first self winding wrist watch made prior to selling the patent to Rolex. It was designed by John Harwood and the contributor's father was given it after qualifying as an horologist after World War Two.

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