Help Identify this Swiss Alpha Movement.

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    Help Identify this Swiss Alpha Movement.

    Hi all, this is the movement picture for the alpha watch I picked up a week ago, the watch is from 1957 , movement looks like an ETA style 17 jewel Unadjusted, any help would be nice, some one has touched the regulator so the beat is off, timing is all out of whack, so I'll have to bring it in for that, also it could use a oiling and cleaning.
    I suspect : FHF 67 or something similar.





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    Re: Help Identify this Swiss Alpha Movement.

    An FHF movement of sorts seems almost certain. Which one - well, you'll have to look under the balance, there seems to be something peeking out there.....

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: Help Identify this Swiss Alpha Movement.

    After closer examination it says FHF 73
    Thanks for the help finding the movement number..I thought it might have been under the dial.

    It matched up best with FHF 73 - 4N (Image Borrowed for Comparative purposes)

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