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    URGENT hELP!!!!!

    need help for this watch...
    1. model
    2. detail (crystal, movement, so on...)
    3. anything about this watch....
    THANKS FOR HELPING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!



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    Haven't a clue but I think Record are something to do with Longines.
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    Re: URGENT hELP!!!!!

    Done in "Record" "Time".

    Good stuff guys.

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    only 3 reply? lols...

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    Re: URGENT hELP!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by momonone View Post
    need help for this watch...
    1. model
    2. detail (crystal, movement, so on...)
    3. anything about this watch....
    THANKS FOR HELPING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!
    1.See watch dial
    2.The crystal is almost certainly acrylic.
    3. Google.com

    Quote Originally Posted by momonone View Post
    only 3 reply? lols...
    What else are you looking for? Did you do some research on the link Ray provided?

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    Re: URGENT hELP!!!!!

    actually i looking for the model number, for example "SEIKO Premier SPB003"... what the model for this one? just record geneve? hmmm...

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    Re: URGENT hELP!!!!!

    Looks like it's a lady's watch, Here's some more pictures,

    Record Geneve

    Here's another thread about Record watches:
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f11/can...es-100572.html

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    Re: URGENT hELP!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by momonone View Post
    actually i looking for the model number, for example "SEIKO Premier SPB003"... what the model for this one? just record geneve? hmmm...
    Most vintage watches dont have a reference model. Its an average 3hand manual swiss, there are tons of them on ebay for 20-70$. You will probably not find any official info, since the brands rarely keep old model info and this one is dead anyways.

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    URGENT hELP!!!!!

    It is similar to the 6.75''' ladies watch calibre 330, but it is a larger movement, based on the relative size of the screws and jewels. But taking the style as representative, the 330 shown by Ranfft is dated mid-50's. that's what I'd assume for this one. The bridge outlines are more angular than their 40's movements. And by the 60's wouldn't it have said "Longines-Record"?

    With Incabloc and a jeweled-pallet escapement, I would not put this in the class of cheapie 50's Swiss pin-lever watch. I'd move it somewhat upmarket. It is definitely not a no-name brand, and it is an in-house movement. They seem to have been a well-respected brand.

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