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    Need help identifying pocket watch.

    Hello and thanks for letting me in.
    I have searched and looked but cannot find the symbol of the maker, three squares and a triangle? I guess it's 14K. Grateful for any leads, dating etc.
    I saw a similar Lecoultre movement, but there are differences.
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    Re: Need help identifying pocket watch.

    That symbol is related to the mathematical proof of the Pythagorean theorem.
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    Re: Need help identifying pocket watch.

    Thanks a lot. Found it in another thread, but it made me no wiser...
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    Re: Need help identifying pocket watch.

    looks like zippo lighter to me :D
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    Re: Need help identifying pocket watch.

    I'm quite sure the movement is a LeCoultre. If you look in Mikrolisk you'll find Adolph Hirsch using this mark. The aera match also.

    Cheers Silke
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    Re: Need help identifying pocket watch.

    Thank you all. Pythagoras, Adolph Hirsch, it is.



    Quote Originally Posted by SilkeN View Post
    I'm quite sure the movement is a LeCoultre. If you look in Mikrolisk you'll find Adolph Hirsch using this mark. The aera match also.

    Cheers Silke

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    Re: Need help identifying pocket watch.

    lambrettino...what a beautiful movement: one of the nicest I have seen on Watchuseek; a simple, elegant layout, very nicely finished. Michael.

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