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IHC Member 1892
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Appreciate any help to ID this movement. 13 L swiss 15 jwl, Guessing prior to 1920. Very tiny jwls. uncut balance but appears to be nice quality. Don't want to pull dial unless I have to. Thank you.

 
Posts: 354 | Location: Kincardine, Ontario in Canada | Registered: November 25, 2013
IHC Member 1892
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Posts: 354 | Location: Kincardine, Ontario in Canada | Registered: November 25, 2013
IHC Member 1892
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Have added picture of setting mechanism. I think I have seen type of settinh mechanism in a larger military PW but cannot remember what it was. Sure could use some help on this one.

 
Posts: 354 | Location: Kincardine, Ontario in Canada | Registered: November 25, 2013
IHC Member 1892
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Just an update. Got lucky and found it online. It is Movado 420 used in some Allied military WW in WW1. Mine is from 1916 in beautifu Silver case. If I find time I will put more info in the Military section. Thanks, John

MOVADO WW1 era WW
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Posts: 354 | Location: Kincardine, Ontario in Canada | Registered: November 25, 2013
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