I've recently inherited a vintage watch. I’ve searched around and cant find much about the watch and wanted to know if someone could help me identify it?
It is a 25 jewel Swiss Automatic made by Concerta.
On the back plate there is a number 932 (Possibly Model Number?)
The movement itself has a number of things written on it:
‘Brevets’ (Which I beleive is french for Patent?
‘Twenty Five 25 Jewels Unadjusted’
Another little thing I noticed (Although couldn’t photograph because of how small it was). There was something scratched into the inside of the back plate.
29876 \ (too small to work out)
2 \ 1975
Possibly the movement, some initials, number made and date?
This was a watch inherited by my grandfather so any help identifying as I want to get it running properly again would be Awsome!
I also Purchased a Vintage watch to teach myself how to service an automatic watch without the worry of damaging my grandads. It’s a Mondea 25 Chambord. I can’t seem to find much about this watch either other then Mondea was owned by Zenith at one point in time? Here are a few pics. Any help with this watch as well would be Awsome!