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    TRENCH watch identification

    Hello.Does anyone know something about this watch? Year,movement,is it everything original?Thanks
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    Re: TRENCH watch identification

    Once more, better pictures would help a lot. We can't even read the writing on the dial! The movement looks somewhat Fontainemelon-ish (i.e. FHF) but I can't even be sure of that at present.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    Once more, better pictures would help a lot. We can't even read the writing on the dial! The movement looks somewhat Fontainemelon-ish (i.e. FHF) but I can't even be sure of that at present.....

    Hartmut Richter
    Sorry,I understand you,but I don't have better photos...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    Once more, better pictures would help a lot. We can't even read the writing on the dial! The movement looks somewhat Fontainemelon-ish (i.e. FHF) but I can't even be sure of that at present.....

    Hartmut Richter
    Do you believe hands are original on this watch? Shouldn't be iluminations also on numbers if is on hands? Thanks

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    Re: TRENCH watch identification

    If it was the other way round (lume on dial, none on hands), it would be a disaster. This way, it is unlikely but still plausible. The length of the hands is correct and the watch is, after all, a trench watch. I am a little divided on the hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hartmut Richter View Post
    If it was the other way round (lume on dial, none on hands), it would be a disaster. This way, it is unlikely but still plausible. The length of the hands is correct and the watch is, after all, a trench watch. I am a little divided on the hands.

    Hartmut Richter
    Thanks for your answer..I did saw some watches on internet like this hands and dial not the same,but I am not expert is this genuine or not...

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    Re: TRENCH watch identification

    I think it’s highly unlikely that the hands are original to the watch.


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