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Indeed, what else than bureaucratic idiotism makes people scratching the jewel number manually into a small scale produced movement:I do recall the need to spell out the number of jewels on US watches.
This is the watch Mike mentioned (my watch, photo courtesy RGM despite my pesky watermark):AFAIK, it came at the same time. I´ve seen many movements with "unadjusted" and without an import code, but I´ve never seen a movement with import code without "unadjusted".
Of course, most of the movements had been adjusted though, they just had been marked in that way to lower the import tax. The best I´ve seen was a Rado 56-H with certified chronometer-movement and "unadjusted" on it.