Yet more movement ID requests

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    Yet more movement ID requests

    I appreciate all the help in ID'ing movements.
    Got a couple of recent ones that have me stumped.

    I think this one is an AS 1187, but the bridge looks wrong.
    Of course it could been a modified 1187...anyone recognize it?

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    Now this Waltham one I just can't pick out of the Ranfft database.
    It looks like it says AS 9T or 8T, but that's not one I could find.
    So hoping someone else might be able to figure it out.

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    Any insight would be most appreciated.
    Thanks WUS!
    Last edited by TheJohnP; October 2nd, 2011 at 16:54.
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    Re: Yet more movement ID requests

    The Waltham

    AS ST - not 8T, the number should be below. Hidden by the ring balance in that photo.

    Looks to be an AS1951 or similar (1851 etc) in any case. 1950 is without date.

    The Harve, I think you are spot on, 1187 with modified bridge.
    Last edited by trim; October 2nd, 2011 at 06:52.

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    Re: Yet more movement ID requests

    the as 1187 is a very good and robust movement. congrats on the watch
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    Re: Yet more movement ID requests

    Quote Originally Posted by trim View Post
    The Waltham

    AS ST - not 8T, the number should be below. Hidden by the ring balance in that photo.

    Looks to be an AS1951 or similar (1851 etc) in any case. 1950 is without date.

    The Harve, I think you are spot on, 1187 with modified bridge.
    Thanks Trim, took another look and found that is the Standard (AS) 1803

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