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    Default Chronograph Swiss Movement Identifier-Landeron or Valjoux?

    I need help to identify this movement which btw works excellent as it should but I couldn't properly identify it being a Landeron 48 family or an early Valjoux. Has the following measurements: 30.37mm x 31mm; the dial is 36.17mm...
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    Default Re: Chronograph Swiss Movement Identifier-Landeron or Valjoux? (By: Paul Carahan)

    Looks like a Landeron to me.

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    Default Re: Chronograph Swiss Movement Identifier-Landeron or Valjoux? (By: captainscarlet)

    that's what I was thinking, 48 family, thanks a lot for reinforcement...

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