Trade Mark Identification Help

DaveyG

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I am still working my way through these orphaned movements to help improve my dexterity levels after several years away from the bench. I have completed seven or eight of them now and thanks to the help I received on my earlier request I have identified 5 of them as being FHF ebauche. This one is also FHF - 22"' (the same pattern as the 19.5"' shown on Roland Ranfft's site), the second of the same ebauche and size with the first being a P Moser with nickel plates and in very poor condition. This one is gilded and excellent. However, there is a trade mark on the barrel bridge that I am unable to identify, looks like an angel but I can't find it on Microlisk. Not important, but I am intrigued. Thanks are offered in advance. P1080664.JPG P1080664.JPG P1080666.JPG
 

mosesgodfrey

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It is a mark from A & M Engel. There is one nearly identical (with same included “E”) on mikrolisk

Search: E (im Oval mit Engel)
 
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DaveyG

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Thank you, much appreciated. I searched for Angel, Archangel all through the A's (well about 10 pages anyway), I had failed to spot the E integral to the angel motif.
 

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