What watch? LANCO swiss made. Pics

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    What watch? LANCO swiss made. Pics

    Please can someone tell me what kind watch is this?





    It is about 60's watch? I know its handwind but what movement? Price?

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    Re: What watch? LANCO swiss made. Pics

    Welcome to WUS. You will notice the site is divided into a number of distinct forums. This is the CLOCK forum. Vintage or the Lanco forum would be a much better place to ask your question.

    There are a number of guidelines and forum rules you might want to look over. Enjoy!
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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: What watch? LANCO swiss made. Pics

    It is a swiss made ladies Lanco of the 60ties I guess.

    Lanco = Langendorf Watch Co. 1873, Langendorf/CH

    Some movements are shown here:
    http://www.ranfft.de/cgi-bin/bidfun-...ranfft&&2uswk&

    Lanco did not survive the quartz revolution.
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    Langendorf was acquired by the Tissot/Omega group round about 1970 or 1971. One of the reasons was that they had a highly sophisticated automated (as much as possible) production line which the Tissot group wanted. The Lanco brand was dropped a few years later. If you search this forum you'll find quite a lot about the brand.
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