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    Default Help To Identify ETA Movement

    I have a Benrus movement I'm working on, I know it's an ETA Movt. 11 1/2 Ligne, 17 jewel with date only. Reads CS1D8 can not find this Benrus movt in any of my books ? Frustrates me, if you find this movement please let me know what book you find it in so I can purchase one.
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    Default Re: Help To Identify ETA Movement (RE: rleegabe)

    ETA 2630 is somewhere close.
    Has differential features of the early 2472 with the later manual winding features of the 2772

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    Default Re: Help To Identify ETA Movement (RE: rleegabe)

    Have added picture of front of movement after breaking it down to see if someone can help me get a positive ID of this movement, it would seem someone has put the wrong size main spring barrel in this one.

    Thanks, Rleegabe
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    Default Re: Help To Identify ETA Movement (RE: rleegabe)

    It's very close to the 2783, but there is a slight difference in the minute wheel/quickset cover plate.

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    Default Re: Help To Identify ETA Movement (RE: nick farley)

    not a 2783 which has the later style differential gears (hidden under plate)

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    Default Re: Help To Identify ETA Movement (RE: Dave Haynes)

    Looks more like a ETA 2527 or 2529 or a related calibre. See http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-...ranfft&0&2uswk

    Don

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