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    Need help identifying movement

    Any help would be greatly appreciated
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    Re: Need help identifying movement

    Adolf Schild Cal. AS 970 or a derivative:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: AS 970

    It actually looks like it should be slightly larger than the Cal. 970 - the edge of the geartrain bridge is not curved upwards as much.

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    Re: Need help identifying movement

    Quick addition: try the Cal. 984 instead - it's bigger:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: AS 984

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    Re: Need help identifying movement

    How difficult would it be to get a parts movement?

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    Re: Need help identifying movement

    Probably not all that difficult - I have seen a fair number of watches with that movement on this forum so they are still common enough. Jules Borel might have the parts you want so that would save some time.....

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    Re: Need help identifying movement

    So your money is on it ring the 984?

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    Re: Need help identifying movement

    I would very much think that it is a Cal. 984 (or derivative) and not a 970 (or derivative). If you are unsure, measure it out. If you are still unsure, there ought to be a calibre designation under the (missing!) balance or under the dial - see link to Cal. 984.

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