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    Please help identify

    Hi Guys, I was gifted this watch a few months ago and I have done loads of searches about it and I can't seem to find much history about it or find which movement is actually in it, can you help me ?
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    You can find the movement number under the balance wheel. It looks to be an A. Schild (maybe a 2066). Obviously a mid 70's watch. There were tons (hundreds/thousands) of small makers that didn't survive the quartz crisis and I suspect DuWard would be one of them. I wouldn't read too much into the "Aquastar" name that watch is not going to be very water resistant.

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    Yes that is similar but I have never come across one the same, I think it must be a AS2063 movement.

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    I have Vialux (Swiss) watch... from 70s. movement is AS 2066 and automatic, your movement looks like same :)

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    AS 1902 Movement which is a very good one
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