1979 Hamilton GI For Water Collective

1979 Hamilton GI For Water Collective

We've partnered with the amazing team over at Water Collective to auction this watch off for charity as part of their annual gala. To bid on this and other amazing items, click HERE or drop by the gala on Thursday, November 10th in New York City (details HERE).

In October of 1964 the MIL-W-46374 U.S. Military watch was born.

Since its inception, this General Issue, or GI, watch has undergone seven revisions, but has remained benchmark of reliability and utilitarian simplicity for over two decades. This particular example was produced under US Government contract by Hamilton in September 1979.

With a simple 7-jewel manual-wind movement and the iconic military styling, these spartan timekeepers are the perfect companions for everything from everyday wear to fighting battles in dank jungles.


Steel case is approximately 33mm (excluding crown). Circa 1979.

Overall Condition: Steel case is in very good condition with no signs of over-polishing and minimal signs of wear. Dial is in very good condition with fine even patina to the luminescent elements of the hour markers and hands. Unsigned crown. Case back is in very good condition with minimal signs of use and wear.

Includes two 18mm nylon straps from Crown & Buckle

SKU: TT01109

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