The sub-seconds Hafis has an AS 984, which means there's plenty of parts for it out there. Inside the Arcadia there's an ETA 2452 or 2456- depending on the size. IMO the Cortebert is the nicest piece of these. Balance staff issue... You'll probably be able to find a replacement, but there's a bigger issue for the majority of the watches you've bought- worn chrome plating. And looks like the sub-seconds Hafis has the plating most worn of them all.
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I'll agree too, the Cortebert is the star. Nice iconic late 40s, early 50s styling. Looks mostly dirty rather than extensive plating damage. Anyway nice one.
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Hmmm, I think I have a sister to your Hafis somewhere.
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Ye ol' Adolf Schild Cal. AS 1194, I see.....
bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: AS 1194
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