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Nothing strange about it.
That´s one of those WWII military Rados, which had been sold to GIs in the PX-shops of the US-Army. All the ones I know have the same military dial with Radium cyphers, Radium hands, back, an all SS case of 30 mm diameter(ex crown) and a manual winded AS 1187 with Incabloc shock protection. All of them with Rado on back and movement and a private label on the dial - already known are Bullock´s, Hudson and Lancair. Here we have a Leeds Club with AS 1220. Here some compare pics of my Bullock´s:
BTW, there´s also an Exacto version of the same watch, but with plated instead of SS case.
Mit freundlichem Gruß/With best regards Mike
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