This Junghans watch shows the clear design of a diver's watch. The bezel is only rotatable counterclockwise and has minute increments. The first 15 minutes on the bezel are color-contrasted. Two different variations are known, left more yellowish and the right one a rather slight golden tone.
The lume dot on the bezel was missing and has been renewed. The crown has a perfect round (but unpolished) crown guard.
A little surprise appears on the bridge of the movement. Where typically the brand name JUNGHANS should be, has been imprinted TRAFALGAR.
On the great website www.mikrolisk.de can be found some information to that brand:
Trafalgar Watch Co. Ltd. London, England; registriert am 5.1.1977
The date of registration is close to the poduction time of the caliber Junghans 667: 1975 to 1981. The production time of the reference 10/4760.44 was between 1977 . 1980. So maybe Junghans sold the movement to London? If anybody knows more details about a possible collaboration between Junghans and TRAFALGAR pleas let me know...
The back of the case is closed with a simple snap on lid, which must first prove its waterresistance at the watchmaker ...
The bracelet and the clasp are original.
Another Junghans with the calber 667.20: Junghans 667.20