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    Watch Movement Identification Please.

    Hello all,
    I have often read bits and pieces from this site and used it to research watches.
    I have come up against a brick wall in regards to a watch I have owned for over 10yrs, I have not found any information anywhere and am hoping someone here may be able to help.
    Below is the only identifying mark.
    It is 15 Jewels, Swiss Made but that is all I know.

    I look forward to any information.
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    Re: Watch Movement Identification Please.

    Please add photos of the entire movement if you would like an identification.
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    I will more later, thanks.

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    More pictures as requested.
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    Re: Watch Movement Identification Please.

    WHatever the movement, the sign on it is that of Sindaco SA of Locarno.

    Hartmut Richter

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    Re: Watch Movement Identification Please.

    Cool , I've got an Eberhard with that movement.

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    Probably a candidate for worst redial as well.

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    Thanks, that's more information than I have had.

    Did Sindarco produce Movements for other companies?

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    Re: Watch Movement Identification Please.

    I don't think that they even produced any movements for themselves. In Mikrolisk, they are only listed as producing "watch parts" (whatever this indicates). In watchipedia, they are supposed to have mainly used Bettlach movements:

    Sindaco - Watchipedia

    I suspect that your movement is by someone else and may have been modded by Sindaco.

    Hartmut Richter

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