Asymmetric models are some of the most sought after watches in the vintage Hamilton lineup. In fact some of them sell for more than their inflation-adjusted original retail value!
The very first asymmetric model is fairly obscure. It's called the Spur. It showed up in the catalogs in only one year - 1930. However, production records indicate the first Spur was produced in 1928 and the last one left the factory in 1932.
A total of 1,183 were made, mostly in solid white 14K gold (683), followed by yellow gold (499) and there's a single solid green gold Spur somewhere out there.
It was nice to be able to see a Spur in person and share with you. Like a lot of rare models, I'm eager to send this one home. It was mine for a day, that is enough.