Field-Worn 1968 Omega Seamaster 300 Watch

Found in a briefcase after 40+ years, this Field-Worn 1968 Omega Seamaster Watch is both an outstanding vintage timepiece and an artifact of an American hero. Owned by Legion of Merit and Bronze Star recipient Lieutenant Colonel George Aikman Finter, the watch is in an unpolished state yet is in remarkably good condition. LTC Finter served in post-war Germany, did a stint as an intelligence officer in Chile during a time we weren't supposed to be there — potentially indicating he was a spy — and did four tours in Vietnam before being killed in action during a recon mission in 1970. The watch will be sold alongside a number of records detailing Finter's military career, including IDs, passports, licenses, photos, his report of casualty, Bronze Star Citation, and hand-signed letters of condolences from then-President Richard Nixon and General Westmoreland.

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