We have delved into the depths of the Workshop and found the last available Nº 1968 White Automatic Watch, serial number 24 of 27 (an item that sold out shortly after its release last year). This Sunday we are holding the WT Author Watch Auction 2020 on eBay for one week in aid of the Royal British Legion’s Shropshire Poppy Appeal.
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The item includes a Citizen / Miyota 8217 automatic calibre housed in a Grade 316L stainless steel watch head, measuring 44 mm width x 49 mm length x 12.5 mm depth. Sapphire crystal lens, signature red crown and serial numbered enamel case back. Tan handmade Italian leather rally strap and / or silver-tone solid stainless steel bracelet. Built in Britain with British and imported parts with a 2 year limited warranty.
The Nº 1968 has been a hugely popular watch over the past 12 months since its release. Purchase from the collection here:
Many items soon to be made unavailable due to limited numbers being made.
Past Watch Auctions
This will be our third auction in as many years. The original auction in 2018 saw us raise £2,080 for The Royal British Legion’s Shropshire Poppy Appeal with the sale of the Nº 1953 Red one-of-a-kind automatic watch.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/watch-auction-2018
Last year, our Nº 1968 Scarlet one-of-a-kind automatic watch was auctioned off in aid of Mission Motorsport – having raised £820 for the charity.
Learn more: http://bit.ly/watch-auction-2019
This year we’re supporting The Royal British Legion’s Shropshire Poppy Appeal once more! We’re auctioning the last available Nº 1968 White automatic watch, a series that had long since sold out on our website.
The Royal British Legion
Like so many things this year, the Poppy Appeal has had to adapt to the threat of Covid-19. They’re calling on the public to support them like never before, because every poppy counts.
With some people unable to leave their homes as they normally would to find a poppy, and with many of the charity’s collectors unable to carry out face to face collections, they’ve unveiled a range of new ways for people to show their support remotely.
From donating for poppies through the post for your neighbours and local community, displaying a poppy in your window, donating online or undertaking a virtual Poppy run, there are many ways to support the Poppy Appeal from home in line with Covid-19 restrictions.