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Date/Report Number …..040612.FN698HY.04 Item:  1938 GERMAN HANHART MILITARY TELEMETER
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Description of item: VINTAGE 1938 GERMAN HANHART MILITARY TELEMETER STOP/TIMER WATCH WITH ALL FUNCTIONS WORKING . SIGNED HANHART ANKER 7 STEINE [ANCHOR OF 7 STONES] [7 JEWELS] WITH AWESOME IMPERIAL WATCH FOB AND INCLUDED IN THIS OFFER A FRAMED & SIGNED Heinrich Meyering   PERSONALLY SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH AND WWII GERMAN MILITARY MEMORABILIA.

.Estimated Retail Replacement Value $1299.00


Reports are supplied at the request of the customer and it is for the customer's exclusive use. Reports express an opinion of the time of the examination of the jewelry. This report is for customers use only for the following two purposes, indicating estimated retail replacement value to obtain insurance coverage, or for the purpose of providing geological information. goldsmith Works does not guarantee that the appraisal valuation will result in a sale at the price. Estimated retail replacement value is arrived after analyses of what the approximate high retail cash asking price is for labor, materials, and design. These prices may be substantially higher than actual transaction or warranty with regards to any item described in the report, since jewelry grading is not an exact science, this  report represent the best opinion of the company. GoldSmith Works is in no case responsible for differences that occur by repeated grading by other experts in the field and/or use of other standards, norms, methods or criteria other than those used by GoldSmith Works. GoldSmith Works is expressly held harmless by customers including, but with out limitation for any claims or actions that may arise out of negligence in connection with the preparation of this laboratory report, or actions based upon the customer's use of the report. The information on the carat weight, clarity grade, color grade on the report is approximate due to the limitations in jewelry grading. The item was tested, graded, and examined under 10x magnification using the techniques and equipment available to GoldSmith Works, including fully corrected triplet loupe, binocular microscope, master color comparison guides, diamond color comparison tools, electronic carat balance, non-contact optical measuring device, and ancillary instruments necessary at the time of Exam

 

 

 

 

 

 


VINTAGE
1938
GERMAN
HANHART
MILITARY
TELEMETER
STOP/TIMER
WATCH
WITH ALL
FUNCTIONS WORKING

SIGNED
HANHART
ANKER 7 STEINE
[ANCHOR OF 7 STONES]
[7 JEWELS]

WITH

AWESOME
IMPERIAL WATCH FOB

AND

INCLUDED IN THIS OFFER
A FRAMED & SIGNED
Heinrich Meyering
  PERSONALLY SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
(NOT BY ELECTRIC PEN)
READY TO HANG

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RARE
AWESOME & BEAUTIFUL
FULLY WORKING
GERMAN
WWII
HANHART
TELEMETER STOP WATCH/TIMER
WITH 1941 EDGE ENGRAVING

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EXHIBITION BOXED WITH WWII ITEMS
AND
A HISTORY PRINTED ON PHOTO PAPER
TO FIT ON THE RIGHT SIDE OPEN SPACE

 

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THIS OFFER IS FOR
AN
AWESOME
VINTAGE
1938
GERMAN MILITARY
HANHART
TELEMETER VERSION
60 SECOND
30 MINUTE
TIMING STOP WATCH

SIGNED
HANHART
ANKER 7 STEINE
[ANCHOR OF 7 STONES]
[7 JEWELS]

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THE CASE IS
CHROME
OVER
BRASS BASE


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THIS PIC IS
PRETTY CLOSE
TO ACTUAL AWESOME
COLOR OF DIAL


THIS RARE HANHART
HAS AN OUTER
12 TO 200
TELEMETER RING
&
AN INNER
5 TO 60
SECONDS CHAPTER RING

AS WELL AS A
3 TO 30 MINUTE
UPPER
SUB-MINUTE
REGISTER


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NOTE:
THE MINUTE REGISTER
IS MARKED EVERY
3 MINUTES.
BEGINNING AT 3
AND EVERY 3 MINUTES
UNTIL 30.

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OPERATION & FLY-BACK
PERFECT

INNER CHAPTER RING
5 THOUGH 60 SECONDS
AND
30 SUB-MINUTE
RECORDING REGISTER
IN
3 MINUTE GRADIENTS

 

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RIM OF TELEMETER
STOP WATCH
IS ENGRAVED

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THE CASE HAS BEEN
SIGNED ALONG IT'S CASE EDGES

INCLUDING
THE FOLLOWING
:NAME AND DATE:
"SCHMIDT 1941"

 

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ATTACHED TO THE HANHART IS
AN AWESOME IMPERIAL WATCH FOB

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FANTASTIC

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NOTE:

THERE ARE
THREE LAYERS
THAT MAKE UP
THE
INSERT/BACK
OF
THE WATCH BOX
THE CAMMY BACK GROUND
IS NOT PERFECT
IT HAS TO COVER
THE BUNGEE & OTHER ITEMS
THAT ARE PLACED IN THE BOX
AND REQUIRE PROTRUSIONS
THROUGH THE BACK
SO
DEPENDING ON ITEMS
THERE WILL
BE BUMPS
AND/OR
INCONSISTENCIES
IN THE PAPER
COVERING THE
BASE BOX BACK

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INCLUDED TO REPRESENT
THE
PERIOD AND COUNTRY
AND
WAR

[PRE-WWII]
IRON CROSS 2nd CLASS

[WWII]
KvK WAR MERIT RIBBON
AUSTRIAN ANSCHLUSS
SERVICE RIBBON
WAR MERIT CROSS RIBBON
 

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2 WWII GERMAN
SIGNAL CORPS
INSIGNIA PATCHES

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2 WWII GERMAN
SIGNAL CORPS
INSIGNIA PATCHES

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Ehrenkreuz der Deutschen Mutte
Cross of Honour of the German Mother

Referred to colloquially as the Mutterehrenkreuz (Mother’s Cross of Honour) or simply Mutterkreuz (Mother’s Cross), was a state decoration and civil order of merit conferred by the government of the Deutsches Reich (German Reich) to honour a “Reichsdeutsche” (imperial-German) mother for exceptional merit to the German nation.Eligibility later extended to include Volksdeutsche (ethnic-German) mothers from, for example, Austria and Sudentenland, that had earlier been incorporated into the Deutsches Reich realm


The decoration was conferred from between 1939 until 1945 in three classes of order, bronze, silver, and gold to Reichsdeutsche mothers who exhibited probity, exemplary motherhood, and who conceived and raised at least four or more children in the role of a parent A similar practice, that continues to this present day, was already established in France since 1920, by conferring the Médaille de la Famille française (Medal of the French Family), a tribute to the French mother who raised several children in an appropriate way.


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Starting in 1942 during World War II, the salt mines in and around Heilbronn were used to store art and artifacts from Germany, France and Italy. Similarly, important producers of the war industry were moved into the mine shafts. The expansion of the shafts was undertaken by labour brigades of the concentration camp branches in Kochendorf and Neckargartach. From Heilbronn all the way to Neckarelz numerous subterraneous complexes, some of them gigantic, were constructed and as of November 20, 1942 the Heilbronn Bureau of Labour had 8,000 forced labourers registered in its district.


In 1940 allied air raids started and the city and its surrounding area were hit about 20 times with minor damage. On September 10, 1944, a raid by the allies targeted the city and, specifically, the Böckingen train transfer station. 281 residents died as a result of 1,168 bombs dropped that day. The city was carpet-bombed from the southern quarter all the way to the Kilianskirche in the centre of town. The church burnt out.


The catastrophe for Heilbronn was the bombing raid on December 4, 1944. During that raid the centre of town was completely destroyed and the surrounding boroughs were heavily damaged. Within one half hour 6,500 residents perished. Of those, 5,000 were later buried in mass graves in the Ehrenfriedhof (cemetery of honor) in the valley of the Köpfer creek close to the city. To this day, a memorial is held annually in memory of those that died that day. As a result of the war Heilbronn's population shrank to 46,350 (see Bombings of Heilbronn in World War II).


After a ten-day battle with the advancing allies over the strategically important Neckar crossings World War II ended for the destroyed city on April 12, 1945 with occupation by US troops. Local NSDAP leader Drauz took time for numerous courts-martial while on the run from the allies and was hanged on December 4, 1946 in Landsberg because of executions of American prisoners of war he had ordered in March 1945.

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TWO GERMAN PINS ONE RED CROSS THE OTHER HONORING WAR DEAD

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THE SPACE ON RIGHT
WILL BE FILLED
WITH A
HISTORY/FACTS
OF THE
HANHART WATCH
AND
ITS USE AND SERVICE

I WILL PLACE PIC WHEN
I ADD IT LATER THIS WEEK

 

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NOW, THE BACK OPENS
SO YOU CAN USE / WEAR THE TIMER
AND

WHEN NOT WORN/UTILIZED
IT IS ON PERMANENT DISPLAY

YOU ARE INVESTING IN
MOTHERS CROSS
RED CROSS & WAR DEAD PINS
4 RIBBONS
2 PATCHES
THE TIMER
  DISPLAY BOX
THE HISTORY
A TIMER/WATCH  WARRANTY
THE LABOR AND PARTS
TO RESTORE THE TIMER

SO, TAKE THAT INTO CONSIDERATION
I HAVE RESTORED AND/OR REPAIRED
MANY WATCHES AND TIMERS
THIS IS THE FIRST
GENUINE GERMAN HANHART TIMER
THAT IS A TELEMETER

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AND

INCLUDED IN THIS OFFER IS A
FRAMED & SIGNED
Heinrich Meyering
  PERSONALLY SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH
(NOT BY ELECTRIC PEN)
READY TO HANG

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(30 November 1919 – 13 July 2003)

Heinrich Meyering , a member of the German Luftwaffe was a highly decorated  during World War II, and a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. in recognition of his extreme battlefield bravery and successful military leadership. During his career he flew 972 missions.

Awards and decorations

    * Flugzeugführerabzeichen
    * Front Flying Clasp of the Luftwaffe in Gold with Pennant "900"
    * Ehrenpokal der Luftwaffe (23 October 1942)
    * Iron Cross (1939)
          o 2nd Class (2 August 1942)
          o 1st Class (28 August 1942)
    * German Cross in Gold (15 January 1943)
    * Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
          o Knight's Cross on 6 April 1944 as Feldwebel and Flugzeugführer of the 3. / Schlachtgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
           
    EISERNES KREUZ 2. KLASSE
Rank:     Unteroffizier (Junior Sergeant)
Unit:     3. / Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
Awarded on:     August 2nd, 1942
         
             
    FRONTFLUGSPANGE FÜR KAMPFFLIEGER IN BRONZE
Rank:     Unteroffizer (Junior Sergeant)
Unit:     3. / Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
Awarded on:     August 18th, 1942
         
             
    EISERNES KREUZ 1. KLASSE
Rank:     Unteroffizier (Junior Sergeant)
Unit:     3. / Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
Awarded on:     August 28th, 1942
         
             
    FRONTFLUGSPANGE FÜR KAMPFFLIEGER IN GOLD
Rank:     Unteroffizier (Junior Sergeant)
Unit:     3. / Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
Awarded on:     September 17th, 1942
         
             
    LUFTWAFFE EHRENPOKALE FÜR BESONDERE LEISTUNGEN IM LUFTKRIEG
Rank:     Unteroffizier (Junior Sergeant)
Unit:     3. / Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
Awarded on:     October 23rd, 1942
         
             
    DEUTSCHES KREUZ IN GOLD
Rank:     Unteroffizier (Junior Sergeant)
Unit:     3. / Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
Awarded on:     January 15th, 1943
         
             
    FRONTFLUGSPANGE FÜR KAMPFFLIEGER IN GOLD MIT ANHÄNGER
Rank:     Unteroffizier (Junior Sergeant)
Unit:     1. / Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
Awarded on:     January 24th, 1943
         
             
    RITTERKREUZ DES EISERNEN KREUZES
Rank:     Feldwebel
Unit:     Flugzeugführer 3. / Schlachtgeschwader 2 "Immelmann"
Awarded on:     April 6th, 1944 

A MUST FOR WWII
GERMAN MILITARIA COLLECTORS

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WITH
SIGNED REPLY LETTER OF REQUEST


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SIGNED ON THE ACTUAL ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH

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THE OTHER SIGNATURE ON THE REPLY
TO THE REQUEST LETTER

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IN EXCELLENT CONDITON

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NEWLY FRAMED

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CONDITION TIMER:
EXCELLENT  -  RUNS EXCELLENT 
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