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  1. Sorry for size of photo, I'm still finding my way around. Here is my latest watch, a c1958 Lebem Spitzberg calendograph, with ancre movement and pointer to date, with days of week (in French) around the bezel - LMMJVSD. There are some other small letters on the bezel followed with SDGD which are puzzeling me. If anyone knows what they mean please can you let me know. Bye for now.spitzberg001_zps4edae8fe.jpg

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Yes. Bte SGDG stands for Breveté Sans Garantie Du Gouvernement.

As it suggests, it's a disclaimer that the French government didn't guarantee the patent.

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Yes. Bte SGDG stands for Breveté Sans Garantie Du Gouvernement.

As it suggests, it's a disclaimer that the French government didn't guarantee the patent.

Thanks AVO, I don't know how you knew that, I have Googled it and found nothing. Thanks again.

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Yes. Bte SGDG stands for Breveté Sans Garantie Du Gouvernement.

As it suggests, it's a disclaimer that the French government didn't guarantee the patent.

Thanks AVO, I don't know how you knew that, I have Googled it and found nothing. Thanks again.

Googled SGDG

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sans_garantie_du_gouvernement

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