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Hi there, I recently found this watch in my grandpa's desk and I can't find any informations about in on the internet.

Anyone would be so kind and share his knowledge with me?








Thanks in advance!
 

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Welcome! There were thousands of Swiss brands before the quartz revolution put many out of business in the 70's. If you can get a magnifying glass or a very good close-up picture with your camera, try to look for a number near the balance wheel. That's the brass-ish wheel with screws on the perimeter that hangs from the arm with the + and - symbol. Underneath that or on the edge of the movement is usually a 3 to 6 digit number that will help us identify the movement maker. Maybe we'll get lucky and somebody can identify it by looks, but there were hundreds of 17 jewel manual wind movements with only slight differences in the 50's through the 70's.
 
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