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recently back from the doctor...is c.1910 with a so-called Louis XIV dial.
The Watch Specialties movement is stamped with the D.G & S logo for D. Gruen & Sons...according to the Gruen history website, Watch Specialties was a Gruen subsidiary that made their movements prior to Gruen's Guild movements. The Gruen sterling case measures 25.5mm with the movement oriented like a pocket watch with the 12 o'clock hour at the 3 o'clock position...




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Hi Liz,

Nice watch! The movement is a Rebberg caliber, made by Jules Aegler. This basic design was also the base for the Rolex 200, and influenced Rolex designs through the 1960s.

Enjoy it!
 
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