Sunday seems to be the best day to search for watches on the net. Have a look at this 1930's Omega 'Broad Arrow' watch as used by the Royal British Army. This is an example of a watch that has not been 'brushed up' by some over enthusiastic watch fan that does not understand he's ruining the original details like the black colored dial or the tritium (a radio active substance that would make parts of the dial glow). So a damaged, but original time piece is often more valuable than a completely refurbished and shiny one. Have a look at a great (clean) example here. Thank you John for sharing!