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Atlantic Worldmaster

Hi I've just got this Atlantic Worldmaster watch mid 50's I believe near to my birth year (1956) running strong

Can anyone give me information on this watch please ?cdb7eb5b0f3a40f1cbdef4f4e4f3224f.jpg8a30cf77e07e516e576d0f2e9b35e543.jpg

 

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The Worldmaster 1888 by Atlantic, established that year in Switzerland, pays homage to one of the company’s earliest best-sellers. The most notable element of design is the dial’s eye-catching pattern. Also noteworthy are the applied Arabic numerals, which appear at even-numbered hour positions, and the large applied stick markers, which appear at odd-numbered hour positions. Contrasting with the texture of the pattern, the smooth inner chapter ring is appointed with stick markers and small Arabic numerals in increments of five. The Worldmaster is fitted with ETA 2824-2, an automatic Swiss movement of 25 jewels. It allows for a date function, positioned at 3 o’clock, that can be set by way of the oversize crown.

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