UNKNOWN MOVEMNT

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  1. Watch2546

    Watch2546 Registered User

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    Good morning all,
    I have this movement and there is no markings on it at all. I wanted to know if someone is able to help me identify it.
    Thank you!

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  2. musicguy

    musicguy Moderator
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    This is a swiss watch moving to the European section.


    Rob
     
  3. Watch2546

    Watch2546 Registered User

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    Sorry Rob, Thank you.
     
  4. Watch2546

    Watch2546 Registered User

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    Is anyone able to help me out with this one?
     
  5. LloydB

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    #5 LloydB, Nov 18, 2019
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    I hope I'm not sending you in a wrong direction...
    My 1890's Omega, of a similar size, has a nearly
    identical balance cock... the winding wheels are
    reversed, suggesting yours might be a 'hunting'
    configuration.

    Clearly, the two are, at best, teasingly 'similar'.
    Could yours be an Omega of a subsidiary type,
    such as their 'Regina' production?
     
  6. roughbarked

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    Is this what you refer to? bidfun-db Archive: Watch Movements: Omega 19'''LOBNN
     
  7. LloydB

    LloydB Registered User

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    Perhaps a very vintage Omega 'second'
    similar to their 26.5 hunter?
     
  8. roughbarked

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    The Omega 100? Yeah, I was looking at that as well. :)
     

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