is this Stowa for real?
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    is this Stowa for real?

    i have some doubts about it so i got to ask:






    Thank you!
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    Re: is this Stowa for real?

    Think so. Just really old and in rough shape with an unoriginal bracelet.

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    Re: is this Stowa for real?

    Hi!
    Nice vintage Stowa - 40's style.
    I believe the cal. is an modified version of the AS 1130 with strong need of service.

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    Re: is this Stowa for real?

    Looks more like an ETA 810 derivative:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: ETA 810

    What diameter is the movement?

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    Re: is this Stowa for real?

    You are right! It look's exactly as it should. My mistake.
    I thought for the first about Eta, than land on AS even if most of vitn. Stowa's I've seen were on Eta or Unitas calibers.
    Another useful lesson.

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    Re: is this Stowa for real?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    Looks more like an ETA 810 derivative:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: ETA 810

    What diameter is the movement?

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    sorry, i almost got this one - so i dont know the diameter of the moment. it was sort of a mixed up thing.

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