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    Identify automatic watch movement

    Sorry for the bad pictures I really need a micro lens. Anyone know anything about this movement?


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    Re: Identify automatic watch movement

    Felsa.
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    No wonder I didnt know I dont think ive ever had an automatic Felsa watch. I got this in a junk lot and its a nice watch but I suspect it is a franken put together from parts. The watch dial says "Racine" which from what I can tell has to do with Gallet but I see no automatic gallet racines that look anything like this one.

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    Re: Identify automatic watch movement

    Isn't Mr Racine the watchmaker at the origin of Enicar watches? ("Racine" backwards)

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    Thinks it's a bidynator mechanism (at least I've always assumed the little arrow on the rotor indicated a bidynator) - should make quite a unique sound when the rotor turns if it is.....

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    Felsa, as Pithy says. Cal. 4007N, if you need to know that.

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    Re: Identify automatic watch movement

    JXR is the mark of Gallet, J. Racine Co so correct.

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