Vintage Flica Ancre 15 Rubis

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    Vintage Flica Ancre 15 Rubis

    Hi All,

    I came across this watch with the brand name Flica, could'nt find much on the web about it.Can someone tell me more about the brand/History?

    Is it a re-dial?
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    Re: Vintage Flica Ancre 15 Rubis

    You are going to have to show us the movement for most of the information we need. This looks to be a 50s or 60s design. The pic does not make me think it is a redial but watch in hand is much more informative.
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    Who is the company behind it? Why are they using this material?
    People need to be able to identify the watch with themselves. It's based on emotion." - Ralph Furter

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    Re: Vintage Flica Ancre 15 Rubis

    There are two entries on mikrolisk.de: one for 'Swiss Commercial Agency Ltd/ Nestor SA', the other one for a firm of Tanger, Marocco. Which one is more likely?


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