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  1. Watch Identification

    You are quite right it is not the as1130 but could be an AS 1155 or 1164 with indirect sweep second same movement with added indirect sweep. If you google "imperator watch" and look at the one at the bottom of the page it looks very much like yours.
  2. Watch Identification

    That has an AS1130 movement in it and it all looks good.
  3. It's an Orient Jim, but...

    As it is marked on the rotor 1942 and orient did make an automatic movement designated 1942 in the 60,s -70,s that would seem to be it.
  4. Any leads on a watch case...

    Lion, Midland, Mont Vernon is BXL can not find PXL or RXL so i guess they must be the importers
  5. Mathey-Tissot Watch

    Franklin High School is a public high school in Franklin Ohio, the wildcats appear to be there basketball team.
  6. Bird in Ring

    Hefik Watch Co (Fritz Kundert) watch merchants, Frederick Street, Birmingham
  7. New glass for Eterna Matic 2002 curved

    You could try euro watch glasses i have found them to be very helpful.
  8. Any vintage Zenith owners?

    Mines a little older but still keeps good time.http://i296.photobucket.com/albums/mm163/dogrid/zenithchrono.jpg
  9. Burgled

    try again
  10. Burgled

    Thanks for all the replies i don,t hold out much hope but here is a pic any way.
  11. Burgled

    Had about 20 watches stolen last weekend some of which did not work as i had not had time to fettle them but the one that hurt most is they had my grandfathers gold pocket watch which had "To Bert love Mollie" inscribed on the back.If any one see,s it on their travels let me know please.
  12. Timegrapher Watch Timers

    if you google Regulating with Biburo Software and look at the fist result a chap there appears to have made some thing like a timegrapher for very little money, might help if you just want to have a play before you invest larger sums of money.
  13. A 1950S Bernex For The Collection

    It looks a bit like a fore runner to the fhf 266 which would put it in the 1940,s but i am only guessing.
  14. I'm Getting There Bit By Bit

    What a rescue well done Robin
  15. Jlc Restoration

    Great job nice to see another rescue.

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