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who can help me? I have a nice pocket watch, the oscillator and the main spring are ok,
the movement also cleans, the diameter is 48 mm, but one wheel pin is broken.
Marked in the picture. In order to be able to buy a spare part, please help me
identify the movement.
Possibly the exact name of the part
or the catalog number too.
thank you in advance

peter
 

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I think we're going to need a little more than that photo to even have a chance at identifying the movement. Dial markings, case markings, check the movement for any markings and if you are comfortable with it take the movement out & remove the hands & dial to see what markings are underneath the dial. Your other option is to post the photo over on the NAWCC forum where they have a number of pocket watch 'experts'.
 

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Dial markings no., no SWISS MADE, no brand so dial is clear
case markings silver only 800 swiss and german silver hallmarks,
movement without for any markings nothing under ballancewheel
and I am a collector, so for me is dificutly "open" a dial so
I can´t see what markings are underneath
 

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That 'winged wheel' was a common trademark back in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Rotary used it as did Philadelphia Watch Case Co & the American Watch Case Co as well as a number of others so i think you may have to follow my suggestion of posting this over at the NAWCC forum. What made you think that was a 'railroad logo' ?
 
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