Military markings are always interesting in a vintage. The Swedish “Tre kronor” is an example that we particularly like. It is decorative and simple., just like the layout on this chronograph. Readability is everything (and so much better than sore eyes can read on a wrist chronograph!). We think this Ed. Heuer signed pocket chronograph dates from just after the second world war. It has a serial number and is nicely equipped with Heuer logos. The silvered dial is very nice, so far the best we have seen, so are the blued steel hands. The watch works fine, resetting the chronograph hand as it should. It has not been serviced by us. The “Metal chrome” case is 50,5 mm diameter and the thickness is 14,4 mm. The outer of the two snap on case backs is numbered 148266. A rare watch!