Unable to identify parts

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  1. Atkinson Grimshaw

    Atkinson Grimshaw Registered User

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    #1 Atkinson Grimshaw, Feb 12, 2017
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    [​IMG]Hi, I am hoping that you may be able to identify some parts i purchased off the bay, they are mainly stems with a few crowns and staffs.The problem i have is that they are in small plastic containers which have no labels which state the manufacturer or to what movement they are for. They do however have numbers which are hand written on a small piece of paper, for instance 162.12,162.83'86.635,93.203,141.79,16.202. the numbers it would appear from the style to be French or of Swiss origin, the seven has the line through it which is typical of numbers from continental Europe. I do hope someone can shed some light on them.Thanks in anticipation.AG
     

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  2. richiec

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    Would be helpful to see the parts as well as the numbers. Can you post some pictures.
     
  3. Atkinson Grimshaw

    Atkinson Grimshaw Registered User

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    Thanks for your replies, i managed to take a few pictures today hope they help.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     

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  4. roughbarked

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    The numberrs appear to be his code. They could also be a measurement.
     
  5. gmorse

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    Hi AG,

    Please don't take this the wrong way, but I'm curious as to why you bought these parts when you didn't know what movements they were for!

    Regards,

    Graham
     
  6. roughbarked

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    Part of a job lot?
     
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