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I am just getting around to identifying a bunch of watches I purchased over the past few months. One of these is a repeater. Its a 28j quarter repeater in a 18k case (case is not marked, but it tested as 18k). I have not taken the dial off to see if there are any other id marks under it. Any help in identifying it would be appreciated.
It is very likely that the movement was made by LeCoultre (there might be a makers mark below one of the of the hammers).
Who actually finished, cased or traded this watch will remain unknown, a customers' register of LeCoultre reads like a time-period 'who is who' of swiss watchmaking.
look for the signature
Looked under both hammers with no luck.. It sure looks like a LeCoultre.. I'll keep looking..
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