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    Leonidas stopwatch/pocket watch

    pocket chronograph with 17 jewels, from the 1940s the chronograph movement is built on a metal plate added to a Unitas caliber 45 movement. regards enrico
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    Need help identifying/dating heirloom Quarter Repeater Pocket Watch

    Found in the book "Poincons d'Argent" by Tardy. regards enrico
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    Need help identifying/dating heirloom Quarter Repeater Pocket Watch

    It is a hallmark of the then Czechoslovakia the letter B identified Prague. regards enrico
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    Swiss Chronograph Pocket Watch; Need help identifying who and where this watch came from ?

    yes you are right it was by Charles Ami LeCoultre. around 1880 he was responsible for the oscillating pinion much used by Edouard Heuer. for some years associated with the Piguet brothers, with them he built the famous "La Merveilleuse". regards enrico
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    G. Legrand with possible Audemars or LeCoultre repeater movement?

    Never doubted that Legrand was an AP client. Only to prove that Legrand only traded AP. In the case there is the eagle without frame and facing to the right so the case is produced in France, if imported there must also have been the Owl punch and the responsibility mark of a French casemaker...
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    G. Legrand with possible Audemars or LeCoultre repeater movement?

    however this gold case does not appear to be Swiss and the 18 and crown is not a Swiss hallmark. regards enrico
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    G. Legrand with possible Audemars or LeCoultre repeater movement?

    "" Constant Piguet, from Le Sentier (Vallée de Joux) and Le Locle, a watchmaker who patented a repeater-watch with four-hammer chime on four gongs (March 20, 1896, No. 11 948, for a “Montre à répétition-carillon à quatre marteaux.” (Four-hammer repeater-carillon watch.). In the 1890’s, the...
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    G. Legrand with possible Audemars or LeCoultre repeater movement?

    The most likely candidate is Constant Piguet, for two reasons. The first is the intermediate wheel with four screws, characteristic of Constant Piguet. I also found a similar Louis Audemars repeater (he was Piguet's client). The second feature, as pointed out by Dr Jon is the hairspring Since...
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    Meylan Minute Repeater?

    a "cadrature" like this has also been used by Louis Audemars very, very close as a drawing, it seems to me Piguet regards enrico
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    Surprisingly Good Watches by Unheralded Makers a very unusual chronograph

    it's a guess, because you don't see how the reset works. I have seen other similar movements, but not all of them have a reset , or a reset star regards enrico
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    One pusher vs two pushers chronograph

    Minerva also had a 19 "'caliber in production, with a separate reset button. I do not know if it was prior to Breitling or not. regards enrico
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    C. Legrand Chronograph

    Bravo Graham you are right a thermometer:coolsign: regards enrico
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    C. Legrand Chronograph

    G. Legrand A Geneve, 30, Rue Montpensier, Paris is a retailer i think a quantieme perpetuel pocket watch regards enrico

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