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I've got boxes full of them from my predecessor. Most of them only need a service. They take less time than a Rolex to service. The shop charges $60 to service them. There are customers who will pay that because these are one of the best quartz movements that Citizen ever made.That looks to me like a Miyota 2035. You don't show the watch, so I am unable to tell you anything about it. If it has a calendar, then I believe it is possibly a 2115. Nothing special about the movement. I very much doubt anybody services them since the movement alone can be purchased for around $5.00, or less if a quantity are purchased. What do you want to know anout it? These movements are often found in watches that aren't cheap! Maybe we can help further if you show a picture of the watch, and ask specific questions. But bear in mind that you can't turn a sow's ear into a silk purse!