Pocket watch - chronograph movement - identification

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    Pocket watch - chronograph movement - identification

    Hi,
    please some info?

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    Re: Pocket watch - chronograph movement - identification

    To me, it looks like a chronograph module attached to a generic movement with one of the most popular layouts used by a lot of generic movement manufacturers (notably FHF and LeCoultre).
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    Re: Pocket watch - chronograph movement - identification

    Thank you for answer.
    Sending a better photo, movement is really nice and complicated.
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    Re: Pocket watch - chronograph movement - identification

    Interesting... Column wheel with five pillars... Some Landeron-Hahn chronographs had that, and even later- the Landeron 11 and 13 wristwatch movements. Now, I'm not saying that Landeron made that module, but I wouldn't rule that option out.

    EDIT: I've also seen a Le Phare movement with a similar chronograph module, and an identical column wheel.
    Last edited by mkws; February 25th, 2016 at 16:46.
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    Re: Pocket watch - chronograph movement - identification

    Interesting is also minute counter wheel...
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