I cant identify a skeleton pocket watch...

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    I cant identify a skeleton pocket watch...

    Hi gentlemen,

    My uncle recently died and I found this pocket watch in between his things. Despite my efforts I couldn`t get a clue of it origins, all I know is that is gold plated. Any information will be appreciated.

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    Re: I cant identify a skeleton pocket watch...

    I'm sorry that I can't help much on the brand but I can tell you that the movement is a skeletised Unitas 6498. Or a derivative (possibly a chinese copy) - but if the "Swiss Made" carries any weight, it ought to be the real thing. It is fairly modern, though, probably 1980s or later. Here's what the movement once looked like:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: Unitas 6498

    Hartmut Richter

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