A town name Glashutte or in English meaning glassworks. Glashutte is a town which was formerly in East Germany. It stands for, in German, VEB Glashütter Uhrenbetriebe (GUB), it was a company owned by State of German Democratic Republic, or East Germany. Now famous with watchmaking where big names are there. Now GUB Glashutte does not exist anymore, the company now is known as Glashutte Original. Save some money to buy their watches !.
About the watch : Size is 32mm across, 18mm lugs, 20 Micron case, manual winding, 17 jewels, 18,000 BPH, working good, with very old and vintage look, patinas are everywhere and a piece of history. Caliber 70.1 was made sometime between 1960 - 1971.
It looks like a Homer caliber. Good for daily usage or collection. Very rare, what I have seen before is an automatic, but the one that I have here is manual. Size of this watch is 34mm across. I am selling for RM 330, negotiable. Call or SMS if interested.
Another superb lookin diver from the past. Stainless steel, anti-clockwise rotating bezel, 25 rubies (good standard during that day), all functioning well. I suppose they were at par with Swiss made those days. I don't have any info on caliber. Call or SMS if interested, for sale RM 360.
Please keep in mind you are looking at vintage timepieces. Vintage and antique watches are collectibles. They need manual winding to run. These are not battery operated soulless watch; it is a living, breathing mechanical device that will have to be serviced from time to time. Some may need professional cleaning and good adjustment in order to keep accurate time. Most vintage and classic watches have an excellent performance considering of their age.