Dunhill Bobby Finder Watch
The Bobby Finders
Amongst the plethora of highly specialised motoring accessories created by Alfred Dunhill in the early 1900s was the Bobby Finder, a cross between a pair of binoculars and a set of motoring goggles.
A culmination of Alfred's feud with the traffic police - a keen motorist, he was booked in 1903 by a policeman for driving at a speed of 22.5 miles per hour, well over the limit of 12 mph - the Bobby Finders were said to allow the Edwardian motorist to 'spot a policeman at half a mile even if disguised as a respectable man.'
Note the resemblance in the face.
Limited, numbered pieces. Thanks Dave.