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I Want To See Your Movements!

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I have posted on this thread before, but incompletely and inadequately  --  so I'll try to rectify. [@JoT, please feel free to zap my earlier efforts if you have the time and inclination]. Many m

Zenith 2572 PC E

And, another "in-betweenie" . . . . The Unitas 6498 re imagined by Jochen Benzinger for his "Subskription 3a".  

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Awesome thread! 

I take some movement photos when the watch is apart for whatever reason. Will definitely be posting more in the future.

Vostok Amphibian.


Omega Seamaster mid-late 1960s.

Omega Seamaster early 1960s

Universal Geneve.

Movado 800 Series chronograph.

Borel Cocktail (through exhibition back)

Longines 19AS.

Hamilton automatic Swiss 17J and Caravelle Japan 7J.


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Must confess to having more pic's of movements than the dial side (is that normal ?) :biggrin:

Here's a couple...






Cal: 30T2 PC. 15 jewel.




Cal: Volna 2809, 22 jewel, chronometer.




Cal: R540, 17 jewel, 3 adj.


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 verge pocket watch movement dating to circa 1785...

Silver pair cased watch, hallmark 1785, Brown Hourston Downham


Swiss movement in 1909 wristwatch...

9ct 1909 wrist watch

Waltham pocket watch grade 625 circa 1912...

Waltham grade 625 circa 1912

The Ascot chronograph ...

The Ascot pocket watch chronograph


Cyma calibre 685K

Cyma 586k

and back in time again with this verge movement from circa 1815. :)

Verge movement circa 1815



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1 hour ago, davidcxn said:

Waltham pocket watch grade 625 circa 1912...

Waltham grade 625 circa 1912


and this,


is the reason why I do not collect pocket watches. It would be the slippery slope to financial ruin, so pictures will do. :yes:

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