Help ID a pocket watch movement

Discussion in 'European & Other Pocket Watches' started by RodJB, Oct 12, 2019.

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  1. RodJB

    RodJB Registered User

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    #1 RodJB, Oct 12, 2019
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2019
    I'm trying to id this movement. It looks like a Longines except everything seems to be reversed & some screw positions aren't the same...
    Will try to get a better picture...
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  2. LloydB

    LloydB Registered User

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    Definitely a Longines... Private label for
    D E Black & Co., Limited, Calgary, Alberta

    Although not clear enough to read, the
    Calibre number is visible, stamped by
    the balance wheel. If it's the reverse of
    a standard movement, there's a good
    chance it's the 'hunting' variation.
     
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  3. RodJB

    RodJB Registered User

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    Cheers Lloyd,
    I knew it was that private label, just wasn't 100% sure it was Longines.
    Rod
     

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