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    Enicar movement id

    I posted on the Enicar thread, but figured I'd have more chance of an answer out here - if this breaks some rule please delete thread.

    Can anyone tell me anything about this one, model age etc.? I need to find a crown and stem as these are missing.
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    Re: Enicar movement id

    That old eh? More than I would have thought considering around 36-37mm

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    Re: Enicar movement id

    ????? I'm sorry but that movement looks nothing like the AS 1194. I am not sure whether it is in Ranfft but it is definitely an Enicar movement. Something like the Cal. 410:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: Enicar 410

    ...which was later built by Durowe (they probably acquired the rights off Enicar). Similar movements are the Enicar Cal. 1010:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: Enicar 1010

    ...and the Enicar Cal. 1150:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: Enicar 1150

    In view of the position of the stem release screw, I'd rule out Cal. 1010 but the other two are plausible. Or perhaps another Enicar derivative.....

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    Re: Enicar movement id

    Thank you very much.

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