The Hamilton Hamilton 6B/9614045 H-67 alongside its variants is known as the ‘Poor Man’s Mk 11’ due to it’s strong resemblance to the IWC and JLC Mk 11 and relatively accessible price point. After all, it was built according to the same specs and for those who are seeking an entry into military pieces, this is the best watch to start with. I say this because you get a lot of watch for the money.
These Hamiltons were issued to the British Royal Air Force from the mid-60’s to the mid-70’s and came in a couple variants. This version, the 6B/9614045 H-67 looks exactly the same as the more common 6B/910-1000 H. The only differences is, of course, the caseback markings and also the H-67 came with a hacking movement.
Although exact production numbers are not known, through thorough research and collation of data, the community at the Military Watch Forum (MWR) estimates that 1,000 H-67s were produced. The H-67s are extremely rare and I really do not see many pop up often.
With caseback markings and that classic military design (black luminous dial, 36mm stainless steel case), this is a pure utilitarian watch that is still value for money.