Hi had some issues with pictures in the other post, so the thing is I would like to know more about this watch like the model, year, what kind of movement, etc. couldn't find anything about it.
Easiest is to ask Corum. Look on their website and ask them for help ID'ing a watch. They'll likely respond with their historian or archivist or whatever and ask for pictures and help you ID it.
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If you're not used to internet forums, things can be a bit tricky. Basically, it's better for everyone if there's one forum on a topic, and not lots of random posts around. Hopefully, this thread will get you some answers. Unfortunately, I can't provide any more info on the watch. Looks interesting though - maybe 70's era?
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All I can tell you is that it looks 100% genuine
I can tell you that if the number on the back case in that hammer head is 143 it was made by Classicor SA of La Chaux-de-Fonds who were still in business in 1992
If you search google long enough for Corum wristwatch 18kt you may find it.
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