Editia (?) HE 3 CAL 1300
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    Editia (?) HE 3 CAL 1300

    Hi, could you tell me more about this brand and identify the movement?
    I cannot reset the hands, so I'm guessing it's an Editia.
    I did try to find the movement, but I failed. It's 28mm in diameter.
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    Re: Editia (?) HE 3 CAL 1300

    The only Mikrolisk hit for Editia is a trademark registered to Stowa in 1954. However, the trademark could have been used earlier, or it's simply an entirely different Editia.
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    Re: Editia (?) HE 3 CAL 1300

    Nice looking watch.
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    Re: Editia (?) HE 3 CAL 1300

    Oh, the inside of the back cover has "metal chrome' " signature, so it might be French.

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    Re: Editia (?) HE 3 CAL 1300

    Quote Originally Posted by michal_a View Post
    Oh, the inside of the back cover has "metal chrome' " signature, so it might be French.

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    That's no evidence of its French origin. Most Swiss cases have the case material indicated in French.
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