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    Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    Hello All,
    I need help in identifying this vintage column wheel chronograph movement. Is it a genuine vintage movement?


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    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    I am wondering if this is an early Landeron or Landeron-Hahn movement. I don't have time to narrow it down further right now, but perhaps someone else will recognize the exact caliber.
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    Re: Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    Perhaps a Landeron Hahn 15.5'''. [ Warning: I am almost always corrected by Hartmut on these movement identifications. ]

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    Re: Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    Thanks Dan, for your reply.

    The diagram of the Landeron Hahn 15.5" seems to be an exact match with the movement. I forgot to mention in the original post that its a mono-pusher.

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    Re: Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    Quote Originally Posted by badbackdan View Post
    Perhaps a Landeron Hahn 15.5'''. [ Warning: I am almost always corrected by Hartmut on these movement identifications. ]
    No - not this time anyway.....

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    Re: Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    No - not this time anyway.....

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    Re: Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    nice watch
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    Re: Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    Quote Originally Posted by georges zaslavsky View Post
    nice watch
    Thank you. Wish the dial was in better condition...

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    Re: Help identify this vintage chronograph movement

    I believe proper name would be Landeron Cal. 15, to not mix up with other early Landerons in 15,5" size.

    To make it more confusing Caliber 15 was not only in 15,5" size, but also in 14,5" size.

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