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This looks like an interesting company that bears further investigation.
All I know is that during the late 1800s upper-class women wore small watches that were set in finger rings, necklaces, and brooches. Apparently Marvin was one of those watchmakers. Located in Switzerland, their primary sales target during that time was The United States.

I like that you have different movements to choose from. I see they use ETA, Sellita, Dubois-Depraz, Soprod, and (ETA?)Valjoux (chronographs).
Is it just me, or do you see Radiomir influences in that black-dialed model?
I like this brand- I'm glad you brought it to our attention! :thumbup1:
 
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