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    Posted 9 years ago

    Jakub
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    PATENT, REMO+NTOIR, 1582 , 2 SIGNATURES... "H.B"can't read the second one.
    Case - combination of gold and silver.

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    1. geo26e geo26e, 9 years ago
      Swiss watch. Late 19th century piece.
    2. tempusfigit, 9 years ago
      Remontoir means nothing more than stemwinding. Before that watches should be wound with a key.
      If you have a clear picture of the movement, maybe we can help you identify your watch.
      The movement is accessible by opening the cover on which the word "remontoir" is written.
    3. abslomrob, 9 years ago
      The "onion" crown and "metal" case suggest early 20th century to me; maybe 1910 or so?

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