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    Hi all.

    Once again I kindly ask help identifying this movement. It is 50mm diameter. I spent hours trying but no success.
    Thanks all.

    Regards to Silke.

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    Re: ID help

    At 50mm, it should be a 22''' calibre. The general style would be called a "Jules Jurgensen" movement but JJ didn't actually make their own movements but made modifications (or ordered them) of existing movements. If my memory serves me right, we had something similar on this forum before and it was a modified FHF movement. To be sure, one would have to hunt down the exact thread.....

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    No idea
    But what a fantastic movement!
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    Re: ID help

    Jeah, I post the same question some time ago. Silke came with FHF if remember well. Just wanted to know more if possible.

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    Re: ID help

    Greetings also,
    I agree with Hartmut that the basic is FHF. Look at this Lepine with complete different "german like" bidge design and lowe grade finsh but the dial side unmasked FHF: bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: Teutonia 19'''

    Kind regards Silke
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    "lowe grade finsh"? Silke?

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    sorry: lower grade finish as yours ...chatons, wheels, bridges, srew balance....

    Sorry Silke
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    Re: ID help

    Hi there,

    if you see the tiny shoe-shaped setting bridge, you can be almost sure that it came from FHF.

    Ragards, Roland Ranfft

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roland Ranfft View Post
    Hi there,

    if you see the tiny shoe-shaped setting bridge, you can be almost sure that it came from FHF.

    Ragards, Roland Ranfft
    Hi Roland
    Which one is the setting bridge.
    Thanks to let me know
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    Re: ID help

    Quote Originally Posted by HOROLOGIST007 View Post
    Hi Roland
    Which one is the setting bridge.
    Thanks to let me know
    adam
    Dial side, in the setting mechanism, little bridge (technically actually a cock since held down by only one screw) that holds down the spring operating in conjunction with the lever on the other side of the winding stem which, if you push it in, allows the crown and winding stem to set the time rather than wind the watch.

    Hartmut Richter

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