Early Tiffany little lady trench form w.w.

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    Early Tiffany little lady trench form w.w.

    A friend was going to sell grandmother's gold stuff. So I added to my collection of old little movements for 18k scrap value a couple of good ones. I have seen early Gruens and a couple LeCoultre like the smaller one. Do not know the other. Tiffany does not always use finest movements but cases seem to be the best. Odd to me to see these wire lug small ones. Unmarked except SWISS MADE little one came from same store and has same case maker. Both run easily. Only one servicer mark.

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    Re: Early Tiffany little lady trench form w.w.

    Nice catch! The Tiffany has a movement that vaguely reminds me of a mirror image Cyma, e.g. bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: Cyma 19'''B

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    Re: Early Tiffany little lady trench form w.w.

    Advised recently a Longines 16.2 before 1920. 1/2 stem turn and runs vigorously. never serviced.

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    Re: Early Tiffany little lady trench form w.w.

    Ah yes, a bigger one of one of these.....

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: Longines 11.62

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    Re: Early Tiffany little lady trench form w.w.

    H. R. APPRECIATE YOU GETTING ME PROPERLY SORTED OUT WITH THE MOVEMENT that was 1913 pendant style originally.

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