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On the topic of prototypes, this is the Accutron 114.

A cased up movement found on the japanese watchmaker's instagram. Blue coils!
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Photos from the collector with 20+ 114/114P movements. The movements are stored in little plastic cases.
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I’m assuming that the case back was removed to show the movement, rather than be a display case back. Did they set in the same fashion as 214?


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My assumption is that it sets like a 214 on the rear of the watch. This case was designed by somebody to display the watch as it likely doesn't operate.
 

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100th Anniversary Exception

Made in 1975, the Swiss made 100th Anniversary Model in stainless steel case #7581 had no date stamps on the case back, inside or out. Examples with a pedigree are few but would have a Swiss style serial number [3-xxxxxx] and a gilded 2141 Swiss movement with no date stamp.
Not long ago, one turned up on eBay without a serial number and with an N8 date stamped movement. The Swiss N8 movement looked genuine enough but then I remembered reading that the last 214's were made in 1977.
Colour me confused but not stupid.
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Hello Sam2....I think I have the Anniversary Spaceview you described only that mine is the golden one, but it does have the 2141 movement stamped N8 (maybe it says N5) Hope to hear everyone's inputs
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