Some old watches, thanks for any information

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    Question Some old watches, thanks for any information

    Guartier Girard Brenets, Chronometre Election, Georges Favre-Jacot Locle.
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    Re: Some old watches, thanks for any information

    the last one is possibly a gem! our zenith experts will be able to help you

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    Re: Some old watches, thanks for any information

    Hi there,

    Really dont know much about PWs... but Im sure some movement photos will help identify and age the watch....

    Marc
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    Re: Some old watches, thanks for any information

    I agree that you should post movement pictures. The Election and the George Favre-Jacot (Zenith) at least ought to have in house movements. The GF-J is from anywhere between 1865 and ca. 1905; a very similar watch in the Zenith book by Rössler made for the russian market is dated 1875.

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