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Here’s an SF
The watch is marked Gutkaes and Lange, but Hans says it’s a fraud, so let’s call it...
Veritas in motion :)
Today I'm going to show you Ruhla insides.
Ruhla were made in GDR (East Germany) . At first they were good quality, jewelled watches, but...
No, Stauffer watches are earlier than 1880. There are early Lepine calibers by Stauffer dating back to - like - 1850... These were no longer made...
Hmmm... that’s a good question... worth a research...
I think SF might be Stauffer. I think I once looked for SF and it was Stauffer and my mvt pretty much matches Stauffer’s production. Only now I...
Another long gone post.
Along with my blog post disappeared another wonderful write-up showing the anatomy of these superb timepieces.
That's a nice story.
A Newark and a Cornell - both from Dave.
Couldn't resist. I thought I’d probably make one from these two, but both were...
Here’s a nice one:
Watch movement, Newark Watch Works
I made this Cornell pretty much work.
It got a whole new roller table, as the one it had was in very bad shape...
This table is a tad...
New arrivals - a Newark and a Cornell
I’m sorry - i’m not at home so I can’t provide better pics today... but everything is there :)
Oh yes - removing them is... tricky :)
I wonder what it takes to fit a Howard into a standard case? They were not typical 18 size, right?