Ulysse Nardin Square case question

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    Ulysse Nardin Square case question

    Well, i believe my previous thread was deleted ( i really don't know why, if i am doing something wrong please enlighten me )

    I need to know if this Ulysse Nardin movement is genuine.. thank you!



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    Re: Ulysse Nardin Square case question

    I don't think that Ulysses Nardin made any of their own movements. I say this against correction, of course. That movement looks a bit like a Unitas movement, which I think Nardin used quite a bit.

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    Re: Ulysse Nardin Square case question

    By the way, the watch is a 30x30mm case, so that sould give a hint about the movement size... ( in my newbie experience all unitas are large movements? )

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    Re: Ulysse Nardin Square case question

    It was deleted because you already posted the question in another thread, and because the links didn't work.

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    Re: Ulysse Nardin Square case question

    Quote Originally Posted by shun View Post
    ( in my newbie experience all Unitas are large movements? )
    Not in the vintage world.

    It looks like a Peseux 7000 or 70001 depending on balance frequency
    http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-...wk&Peseux_7001

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    Re: Ulysse Nardin Square case question

    Quote Originally Posted by bjohnson View Post
    Not in the vintage world.

    It looks like a Peseux 7000 or 70001 depending on balance frequency
    http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-...wk&Peseux_7001
    Hum... were Peseux movements used in UN watches?

    Sorry mr. Ray MacDonald... I will not do it again

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