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    Help to identify movement

    Hello

    Anyone can help to identify this 16 jewel movement. Thanks in advance.
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    Re: Help to identify movement

    Quote Originally Posted by lennyt11421 View Post
    Hello

    Anyone can help to identify this 16 jewel movement. Thanks in advance.
    It looks like a Certina 414.
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    Re: Help to identify movement

    Well done Warwain.

    I spent a solid 40 mins on that movement and came up empty. Haven't see your quiz thread in sometime!



    bidfun-db Archive: Watch Movements: Certina 414



    Regards,

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    Re: Help to identify movement

    It’s why this certain forum is one of my favourite. Because of people like warwain.

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    Re: Help to identify movement

    It is certainly looks very similar but there are some differences in design and jewel count. Original Certina 414 is 17 jewels and this movement 16.
    Maybe special variation for Gubelin?

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    Re: Help to identify movement

    Hi there,

    Quote Originally Posted by lennyt11421 View Post
    It is certainly looks very similar....
    Actually quite some Certina calibres look very similar, and that's why it is a good idea to give at least the diameter, when asking help with identification.

    Actually it is the bigger Certina 324:
    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: Certina 324



    And now not only the jewel counts match, but also the precise shapes of bridges, and all screw positions.

    Regards, Roland Ranfft

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