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    Unknown PW company

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    I have this 6spocket watch, that I am unable to identify because of the fancy lettering onit? It appears to end on mont? Thank you.

    RJ

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    Re: Unknown PW company

    L Reamond? Maybe someone can see it better.

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    Re: Unknown PW company

    Regardless of the signature, the movement is a typical Lepine V layout generic movement - these were made by the ton by manufacturers like Japy Freres (France) and FHF (Switzerland).

    As to the signature... No idea. The surface on that bridge is either dirty or damaged, which makes it hard to read the inscription.
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    Re: Unknown PW company

    Looks like "L Reymond"
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    Re: Unknown PW company

    Quote Originally Posted by V.I.T. View Post
    Looks like "L Reymond"
    I second that.

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    Re: Unknown PW company

    Sure.

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    Re: Unknown PW company

    There are many examples of L Reymond online. A Google search may end up finding your model.

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    Re: Unknown PW company

    I was also going to say "L Reymond" and would have added "Locle" - even on the basis of the movement signature. If any further explanation should be required, Le Locle is a watchmaking town in the west of Switzerland, most famous for being the home of Zenith (and also Tissot, Ulysse Nardin and some others).

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    Re: Unknown PW company

    My thanks to everyone.

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