ST96N Movement??

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    ST96N Movement??

    Hey everyone,
    A friend of mine just bought a pocket watch with a ST96N movement. I've scoured the internet to find info, but haven't had much success. Any knowledge (brand, year, etc.) you could pass on would be appreciated greatly. Thanks!
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    Re: ST96N Movement??

    I'm also wondering about the country of manufacture. Thanks!

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    Re: ST96N Movement??

    We really need pictures to say anything useful.

    First thoughts would be a Standard 96 (ST96) bidfun-db Archive: Watch Movements: Standard 96 but that's a smallish wristwatch size.
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    Re: ST96N Movement??

    Thanks! I'll try to get some pictures of the movement asap.

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    Re: ST96N Movement??

    The ST 96N is originally a Fontainmelon (FHF) movement. Sounds like you have a modern pocket watch from the seventies with a wristwatch calibre inside.

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: ST96N Movement??

    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    The ST 96N is originally a Fontainmelon (FHF) movement. Sounds like you have a modern pocket watch from the seventies with a wristwatch calibre inside.

    Hartmut Richter
    That's exactly right! Amazing! Thank you!

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