art deco vintage Alpina & Dulux - please identify movement
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    art deco vintage Alpina & Dulux - please identify movement

    Hello,

    here are I think art deco wristwatches

    great Alpina (cal. 693 but I cant find it)

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    Secon one is dulux but I dont know caliber


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    Thanks for Answers.
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    Re: art deco vintage Alpina & Dulux - please identify movement

    Well, the second one's an Adolf Schild Cal. AS 984 or derivative:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: AS 984

    As for the first, I can't find it in Ranfft either. However, there is another one very like it on this page (towards the bottom, "Mystery Calibre"):

    Watch Movement Identification

    ...but they don't know what it is either! Maybe you can visit the page at intervals in case new information comes up.

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: art deco vintage Alpina & Dulux - please identify movement

    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    <snip> there is another one very like it on this page (towards the bottom, "Mystery Calibre"):

    Watch Movement Identification

    ...but they don't know what it is either! Maybe you can visit the page at intervals in case new information comes up.

    Hartmut Richter
    If the OP can remove the dial to compare the setting works, then the OP may be on to whom the maker is. My guess with it being an Alpina marked movement (and case) that this is a movement out of the works of Straub, ca 1920.
    All that I know is based on the hard work and writing of others. I can only aspire to augment this body of knowledge. If I am wrong it is because of my own failings. To quote Newton, "If I have seen farther it is by standing on the shoulders of giants."

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