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German watch movement?


Haventascooby
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Hallo. 

I have just got in to wrist watches. I have this incomplete mechanical movement and would love to know what it is and how it works. 

 

I want to repair it myself and as it is incomplete and not working I would live to get it up and running again to be able to ware it

Any information would be warmly welcomed as to what type it is, when it was made etc

I can't find away to upload my picture but I have found a similar one the Web. 

Many thanks for your help. 

How do you insert a picture. So frustrating. 

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On 04/08/2021 at 21:46, Haventascooby said:

Hallo. 

I have just got in to wrist watches. I have this incomplete mechanical movement and would love to know what it is and how it works. 

 

I want to repair it myself and as it is incomplete and not working I would live to get it up and running again to be able to ware it

Any information would be warmly welcomed as to what type it is, when it was made etc

I can't find away to upload my picture but I have found a similar one the Web. 

Many thanks for your help. 

How do you insert a picture. So frustrating. 

It's very easy to insert a photo from an external website, just right click on the image, select "Open image in new tab" and paste the URL from that into your post here.

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