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    Help identifying A.Michael movement

    Hi,
    need help with identifying this A.Michael (AM) 17 jewels movement from Avalon pocket watch.Looking for specific caliber number so I can get new balance stuff .
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    Re: Help identifying A.Michael movement

    News flash: The caliber designation can usually be derived from the staff dimensions. Let an actual watchmaker do this for you.
    Courtesy of ULF.

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    Re: Help identifying A.Michael movement

    Hi there,

    I've no mind to request the least necessary informations to help you. So follow pithy's advice or do your homework starting here
    bidfun-db Archive: Watch Movements

    Regards, Roland Ranfft

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    Re: Help identifying A.Michael movement

    Thank you Roland,
    that chart was all i needed to find movement caliber .
    Cheers

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    Re: Help identifying A.Michael movement

    What did you find?
    Chaos is my focus

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    Re: Help identifying A.Michael movement

    Quote Originally Posted by laikrodukas View Post
    What did you find?
    Movement designation-caliber number.

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    Re: Help identifying A.Michael movement

    can you share it for future readers?
    Chaos is my focus

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    Re: Help identifying A.Michael movement

    Quote Originally Posted by laikrodukas View Post
    can you share it for future readers?
    In this specific case it is AM Caliber 520...529 movement.I was interested to find right designation so I can order new balance staff.
    If you look table sheet in link that is kindly provided by Roland you can see that AM movements from 480 to 546 all have same or similar style bridges but ligne size and height of movement are not same, also jewels count is from 15 to 17. So You will have to measure movement to determine caliber number.

    Hope it helps.
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