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Thanks to all for the interest to this thread.
It cannot be Stauffer, because he has been working since 1880.
It is obvious that my timepiece was made much earlier and almost certainly in France.
Or "Fils" )))
May be you are right about the optimism of my identification, but in a conversation with several experienced people they told me the same thing:...
Maybe you are right but who knows ))
Thanks a lot for your answer.
Yes, your are right: there is a name and a year 1812 scratched on the case. And as for French - I'm also agree with...
Hello to all!
Can anyone help me to identify a watch manufacturer (see att.)?
It is a repeater with mortal second.
There is only "SF" hallmark...
LloydB, thanks for your answer.
But firstly I know about Mikrolisk, secondly this movement was produced more earlier then 1904, I suppose it was...
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IMHO the similarity is that it is a lion's head. Details vary greatly.
At Mikrolisk I've found only one mark, similar to the mark on my movement. It was registered on a German jeweler from Berlin Hermann Schnelle....
This is Patek, no doubt!
This is another photo of Patek movement from net whith this hallmark:
No one has any thoughts?
Can someone tell me, what hallmark is stamped on the plate of my Patek Philippe movement (see att.)? It looks like lion's head with...
Thanks a lot, Jerry Treiman and Paul Regan!
After studying the materials on the Internet, I came to the same conclusion.
Later, in the 1940s,...
I need help with the inscription "SID." on the dial of my Waltham 8 day chronometer. Have someone any idea what does it means?
Thank you, John, I've did it too.
Thanks to all for attantion and heip, I've find this jeweller.