Hoping for another movement ID

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    Hoping for another movement ID

    Another 10.5'''

    This one is labelled Wyler in hand etching on the movement .. but it doesn't have a Wyler Incaflex balance wheel.

    I couldn't find it on Dr Ranfft's site so I suspect it's from a lesser known ebauche manufacturer



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    These days I've widened my gaze to include modern pieces (including quartz with analog or analog + digital displays) but with those I'm generally looking for models in solid steel cases.

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    Re: Hoping for another movement ID

    I know it's an old thread but as a response I can say that this is maybe the French manufacturer Andre Wyler. There's very very scares or none information about it. They made a watch in cooperation with Hermes (in the 30ties) and some desk clocks.

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    Re: Hoping for another movement ID

    Movement is Precimax cal.250.,so the watch is Swiss,made in Porrentury.
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    Thanks for your help guys

    I'd forgotten about this one
    My new sig -----

    Over the years I've collected all sorts of movements and "project" watches ... mainly inexpensive vintage pieces.

    These days I've widened my gaze to include modern pieces (including quartz with analog or analog + digital displays) but with those I'm generally looking for models in solid steel cases.

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