I picked this up cheaply recently on eBay,
It`s a non-runner at the moment.
The balance seems to be OK and the watch runs for a few seconds when gently shaken but I dont think the mainspring is winding.either due to a break or just become disconnected.
I can`t see any markings under the balance so I have no idea if it`s an in-house Langendorf/Lanco calibre or not.
In fact I don`t even know if it`s a pin lever or cyclinder movement :0)
The overall condition of the watch looks petty decent apart from what looks like decades of grime .
If I can find somene who can work on it for a reasonable price I can hopefully rescue it.
If not I`ll probably just keep the nice old strap on it and sell it on to anyone who might be able to make use of the nice dial/hands or movement parts to keep one of their collection going in future.
I think it dates probably from the early 1940`s but if and Langendorf experts out there have other ideas please let me know.
Thanks for any light anyone can shed.