WW2 pocket watch identification

Discussion in 'European & Other Pocket Watches' started by saskjoe, Nov 24, 2019.

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    saskjoe Registered User

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    99F6E79C-7624-42AB-8648-A82706269A4D.jpeg B29A4886-38F1-41FA-89FB-2FF3B733844E.jpeg Hi, can anyone ID this movement? It needs a balance staff but otherwise it would run. I’m being cautiously optimistic about the staff jewels. There’s a small star on one bridge. Thanks. Joe.
     
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    Hi saskjoe, I believe it is a FEF 40H
     
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    Thanks guys. I did do some online research before posting and although the same movement showed up in a list of WW2 watches, it was left as “unidentified movement.
     

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