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Date/Report Number …..042613.FN241HY.04 Item:  FREE FRENCH SWISS MADE SIGNED FRENCH & SWISS HALLMARKED STERLING SILVER MOLINE SWEEPS CHAPTER 24 HR CHAPTER DOCTOR/NURSE POCKET WATCH
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Description of item: VINTAGE 1950 FREE FRENCH SWISS MADE SIGNED FRENCH & SWISS HALLMARKED STERLING SILVER MOLINE SWEEPS CHAPTER 24 HR CHAPTER DOCTOR/NURSE POCKET WATCH WITH ETA 1080 17 JEWEL INCABLOC INTEGRATED SWEEPS SHOCK PROTECTED MANUAL WIND MOVEMENT [ON HAND WARRANTY REPAIR PARTS] 31 MM W/O CROWN 40 MM W/O CROWN WITH ORIGINAL ONE REPAIR VINTAGE MILITARY POCKET WATCH LEATHER  STRAP 1.66 inch/40mm x 8 inches w/o buckle WITH ORIGINAL 30 INCH PLUS LEATHER NECK CORD WITH ORIGINAL FLEUR DE LIS  /   FLEUR DE LIS DOCTOR/ NURSE SILVER PLATED SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED & CREATED POCKET WATCH PIN .

.Estimated Retail Replacement Value $835.00


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1950
FREE FRENCH
SWISS MADE
SIGNED
FRENCH & SWISS
HALLMARKED
STERLING SILVER
MOLINE
SWEEPS CHAPTER
24 HR CHAPTER
DOCTOR/NURSE
POCKET WATCH

WITH

ETA 1080
17 JEWEL
INCABLOC
INTEGRATED SWEEPS
SHOCK PROTECTED
MANUAL WIND MOVEMENT

[ON HAND WARRANTY REPAIR PARTS]

31 MM
W/O CROWN

40 MM
W/O CROWN

WITH

ORIGINAL
ONE REPAIR
VINTAGE
MILITARY
POCKET WATCH
LEATHER  STRAP

1.66 inch/40mm x 8 inches w/o buckle

WITH

ORIGINAL
30 INCH
PLUS
LEATHER NECK CORD

WITH

ORIGINAL
FLEUR DE LIS  /   FLEUR DE LIS
DOCTOR/ NURSE
SILVER PLATED
SPECIFICALLY
DESIGNED & CREATED
POCKET WATCH PIN

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FREE FRENCH

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A STRAP. NECK CORD AND FLEUR DE LIS / FLEUR DE LIS SPECIFIC PIN DESIGNED FOR VINTAGE 1945-1950 DOCTOR/NURSE POCKET WATCHES IS INCLUDED. DETAILS WILL FOLLOW.

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1939-1943

THE FRENCH MILITARY & FREE FRENCH FORCE
NOTE AFTER WWII "FREE FRENCH" 
REMAINED MORE THAN WORDS
ONLY THOSE WHOM HAD BECOME FREE FRENCH
WERE BESTOWEDWITH THE RIGHT TO CALL THEMSELVES

THE FREE FRENCH

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Flag of France

Standard of the Kingdom of France

Cross of Lorraine,symbol of Free French Forces.

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Free French Forces Adrian helmet with the Cross of Lorraine replacing the 1939-1940 French Republic "RF" emblem. Free French Naval ensign and French Naval Honour Jack. The French flag with the Cross of Lorraine, emblem of the Free French.

 

FREE FRENCH WWII

France, along with the United Kingdom, was one of the first participants in World War II after declaring war on Germany following its invasion of Poland in 1939. After the Phoney War from 1939 to 1940, the Germans conducted a brilliant campaign in the Low Countries and, in the Battle of France, managed to inflict defeat on the Allied forces. France formally surrendered to Germany and Italy‚€”who invaded in late campaign‚€”on 25 June 1940, and a collaborationist government, the French State, was established. On 18 June 1940, as an answer to P√©tain's own June 17 appeal to "cease the fight" and to obey him on the French national radio, Charles de Gaulle gave a memorable speech to the French people on the English speaking London emitting BBC Radio, telling them that "France has lost a battle, but France has not lost the war" (the battle of France and World War II respectively). De Gaulle did not recognize the legitimacy of the Vichy government and went on to found the Free France (La France Libre) as the true government of France.

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France and the United Kingdom were the first to declare war after Germany invaded Poland in 1939. In a lightening, successful campaign from the Low Countries to the  Battle of France, Germany inflicted defeat on the Allied forces [FRANCE-BRITIAN-BELGIUM].

France surrendered in June of 1940 and formed a collaborating government -- headed by  P√©tain -- titled "The French State" and known as the Vichy government.

Right after the French Government surrender,Pétain went on French National Radio to appeal to units still battling the Germans to obey him and "cease the fight".

Within days of Pétain's speech, Charles de Gaulle, a French officer who would become a Free French Brigadier General and then French President after the war, with the backing of Winston Churchhill, gave what would become a historical speech to the French people on BBC Radio. De Gaulle focused on bolstering French pride by informing his fellow citizens that "France has lost a battle, but France has not lost the war".

 

Once again, with backing of Winston Churchill, he formed both the Free France Government (La France Libre) and the Free French Forces [NOTE: PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AND STALIN DID NOT HAVE ANY CONFIDENCE IN NOR DID THEY BACK DE GAUL- YET DE GAUL WOULD TRYUMPH.]

The Free French forces included soldiers rescued from Dunkirk as well as units of the Foreign Legion. Free French Generals recruited additional Free French forces from the French Colonial Empire. They chose French Nationals & Natives from tropical African colonies. French Algeria and Moroco supplied men from their native populations. Senegal in French West Africa provided conscripts. Even Tahitians were recruited and served with distinction.

With Allied success in the French Colonial strong-hold of North Africa, the Free French troop strength grew. De Gaulle rallied of the Army of Africa and pursued the fight against the Axis in multiple campaigns until the Free French Forces would have the opportunity to participate in the invasion of Italy and assist in the occupation of France and Germany.

In fact, the battles fought during WWII in Italy included *120,000 French Colonial Forces that made history and were, in many cases, the major difference in the defeat of the Germans in Italy. 1/4 of the forces died or were injured, 2000 went missing in action.  . 

Capitaine de corvette Thierry d'Argenlieu

Georges Thierry d'Argenlieu was a priest, diplomat and French Navy officer and important co-founder and leader in the Free French Goverment & Forces. Eventually he became an  admiral in charge of French Colonial Administration in Indochina.

It was  Georges Thierry d'Argenlieu who suggested the adoption of the Cross of Lorraine as a symbol of the Free French, both to recall the perseverance of Joan of Arc, whose symbol it had been, and as an answer to the Nazi swastika.

 

In July 1940, Vice Admiral √‰mile Muselier, chief of the naval and air forces of the Free French, created the bow flag displaying the French colors with a red cross of Lorraine, and a cockade, which also featured the cross of Lorraine

On 23 October 1944, the United States, Britain and the Soviet Union officially recognized De Gaulle's Free French as the provisional government of France; which would become the Fourth Republic in 1946.

The French, both free and collaborating, had 1,250,000 troops in 10 divisions when the war ended in May of 1945. During the course of the war, French military losses totaled 212,000 dead, of which 92,000 were killed through the end of the EUROPEAN campaign of 1940, 58,000 from 1940 to 1945 in other campaigns, 24,000 lost while serving in the French resistance, and a further *38,000 lost while serving with the German Army.

Postwar

To settle disputes over the Free French heritage, the French government issued an official definition of the term. Under this "ministerial instruction of July 1953" (instruction ministérielle du 29 juillet 1953), only those who served with the Allies after the Franco-German armistice in 1940 and before 1 August 1943 may correctly be called "Free French".

French forces after July 1943 are therefore correctly designated as the "forces of Liberation". This article also includes the activities of French forces after 1942, in order to maintain continuity.

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BELOW ARE TWO SECTIONS

SECTION ONE IS A QUICK SHOW OF THIS FREE FRENCH MOLINE

SECTION 2 IS A FULL EXPLANATION AND INCLUDES
ALL PICTURES WITH IN DEPTH DETAILS INCLUDED HALLMARKS

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SECTION ONE

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AFTER OVER HAUL

HOW IT BECAME:

I HAD A   MINTY RARE FREE FRENCH PARTS POCKET WATCH AND DIAL WITH THE LEATHER 1940-1950 MILITARY WRIST BAND AND  LONG LEATHER NECK CORD. I WAS, ONE DAY,  GOING TO ONE DAY INVEST IN SOME USED DASH PARTS WHEN A RUNNING MODEL APPEARED SEVERAL WEEKS AGO.

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BEFORE OVERHAUL

ETA 1080

WHAT ARE THE CHANCES OF TWO RARE OLD MOLINA DOCTOR/NURSE POCKET WATCHES WITH 17 JEWELED INCABLOC SHOCK PROTECTED ETA 1080 MOVEMENTS FROM 1950 WOULD BE FOUND.

 

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AFTER STRAP REPAIR

WARRANTY

I DID NOT ARGUE WITH MYSELF WHEN I INVESTED 110.00- PLUS SHIPPING FOR THIS SAME MODEL, KNOWING THAT THE EXTRA PARTS COULD/WOULD COME IN HANDY IF WARRANTY WORK WAS REQUIRED IN THE FUTURE.

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AFTER OVERHAUL

FINAL COSTS

SO, DO NOT ARGUE WITH ME [LOL] ABOUT PRICE. I WILL NOT LIST MY COSTS BUT THEY WERE CONSIDERABLE. YOU NEVER EVER PAY THE TRUE VALUE. ALL WE USUALLY RECEIVE IS OUR STANDARD FEES-- AS IF IT WERE YOUR WATCH I WAS RESTORING.

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PIC COPYRIGHT FOR DAVID GSW

GENTS OR LADIES SIZE

AT 30MM, THIS IS A GENTS OR LADIES POCKET .WWI TO THE KOREAN WAR, THE STANDARD WRIST WATCHES WERE 28 TO 31 MM.. THE A-II HACKING PILOT WATCH WAS 28/29 MM. ABOVE IS A 28 MM  SIGNED 1945 ROLEX DOUBLE CHAPTER RING SKY-ROCKET THAT I AM WORKING ON FOR A PATRON WHO HAS SHIPPED 22 WATCHES. NEARLY EVERY ONE A RARE.WWII WATCH. WATCH AVERAGE WA 28 TO 32MM. BESIDES THE ADDED FLEUR DE LIS ATTACHMENT PIN, THIS BEAUTY WAS/IS UNISEX. ON THE CORD IT IS LIGHT WEIGHT AND ACCESSIBLE, IT EASY TO READ AND HAS 12 HR TIME, 24HR MILITARY TIME, AND A BRIGHT RED SWEEPS SECONDS CHAPTER RING FOR TIMING.

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AFTER OVERHAUL

USE: DOCTOR - NURSE.

THE FACT IS, POCKETS HAD SUB-REGISTERS FOR SECOND HAND TIME READING OR NONE AT ALL. THIS IS A RARE POCKET THAT IN REALITY IS LIKE A WRIST WATCH WITH A CORD. THEY WERE USED. WHO ACTUALLY WANTED A LARGE 60 TO 80 GRAM POCKET WATCH DANGLING ON THEIR NECK AS THEY MADE THEIR ROUNDS. AND THOUGH WRIST WATCHES WERE AVAILABLE, THOSE WITH EASY TO READ SWEEPS SECONDS WERE NOT AS COMMON. 

 

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BEFORE STRAP REPAIRED

STRAP

THE 8 INCH LEATHER STRAP IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH ONE  SOLID REPAIR UNDER THE CENTER OF THE STRAP [EXPLAINED BELOW]. IT FITS UP TO 7 1/2, BUT 71/4 WOULD BE RECOMMENDED. IN ITS DAY, BEFORE IT SHRANK, IT FIT A SIZE 8.

 

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BEFORE OVERHAUL

CASE CONTENT

WITH A HALLMARKED AND SIGNED SOLID STERLING SINGLE HINGED SILVER CASE, WITH  INTERIOR STERLING SILVER TIGHT SNAP ON MOISTURE/DUST COVER, IT HOUSES A RESTORED HEAVY DUTY ETA MOVEMENT WITH FRENCH FREE FORCE COLORS. THE DIAL IS BASE MATT WHITE, BLACK NUMBERS WITH BLACK 24HR CHAPTER, RED SWEEPS SECOND RING CHAPTER AND, I CANNOT SAY THIS BETTER, THAN "ORIGINAL BLUE SWEEPS SECONDS HAND" AND BLACK STEEL HOUR AND MINUTE HANDS.

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SIGNED
MOLINE
MADE IN SWITZERLAND
0,925
STERLING
1919027

HALLMARKS EXPLAINED IN SECTION TWO

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SECTION TWO

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THIS
FREE FRENCH
MOLINE
POCKET WATCH
DESIGNED FOR RARE SWEEPS SECOND HAND

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DIAL COLORS REPRESENT THE
COLORS OF FRANCE


BLUE SWEEP SECONDS HAND

WHITE DIAL

RED NUMBERED W/1/5 HASHED SECONDS
SWEEPS CHAPTER RING

WITH
CROSS OF LORAINE

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CRYSTAL

ONLY ONE OF THE TWO WAS CORRECT AND GLASS

THIS ORIGINAL GLASS CRYSTAL INCLUDES
A LOCKING EDGE
A MEDIUM CENTER CURVE

THE IS A SLIGHT INSIDE SURFACE
CHIP ABOVE RIGHT OF NUMBER "6"

IT IS NOT HARMFUL
HARD TO SEE
DOSE NOT BREAK THE SEAL
IS SMOOTH TO THE TOUCH
IS ON THE INSIDE
WAS FORMED MORE THAN LIKELY
WHEN WATCH WAS SERVICED IN THE PAST
HARD TO SEE

PLASTIC OR GLASS CRYSTAL?
WE WENT WITH THE ORIGINAL GLASS

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GLASS CRYSTAL INSTALLED & SEALED
WITH UV CEMENT
CURED FOR 24 HOURS UNDER UV LIGHT

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3 PART CASE IN FINE TO MINT CONDITION

THE CASE IS IN SUPERB CONDITION
ALL STERLING
ELECTRO CLEANED
BUFF FINISHED
HINGE OILED

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RE-TREATED VINTAGE LEATHER CORD

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A 30 INCH PLUS VINTAGE  LEATHER CORD

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A VINTAGE MILITARY LEATHER STRAP
1940 TO 1950

1.66 inch/40mm x 8 inches w/o buckle


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LEATHER HAS BEEN
PROFESSIONALLY RESTORED

6 WEEKS JUST SOAKING
PRESS-DRIED
RE-SEASONED & PROPERLY OILED
  TO ALLOW BREATHING

ONE REPAIR


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AS YOU CAN SEE, ACTUALLY CAN BE WORN
ROCK'S WRIST SIZE IS 71/4

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ALL PARTS MESH
THE WATCH FITS EXCEPTIONAL
IN CONTEXT IT IS ACTUALLY SEALED BETTER

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THOUGH THE LEATHER SHOWS WEAR
IT REMAINS STRONG
AND
SMOOTH IN MOST ASPECTS

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THE EXTRA STRAP END GOES THROUGH THE KEEPER

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ABOVE IS THE REPAIR AREA.
NOTICE IT IS ON THE WATCH SEAT
TECHNICALLY IT REMAINS BECAUSE THE STRAP
WOULD STILL WORK FINE
IT IS WHERE THE TONGUE OF STRAP GOES THROUGH
BUT IT ALSO LOCKS THE WATCH

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ROCK TOOK THE STRAP HOME
  WATCHING WALKING DEAD
HE SLOWLY PLASTIC  HAMMERED A SHEET OF TOP GRAIN HIDE
THEN WATCHING SPARTACUS, HE HAMMERED A SHEET OF TOP GRAIN HIDE
WATCHING, BY THIS TIME, SPARTACUS BATTLING THE WALKING DEAD
HE THEN STARTED THE DYE PROCESS

IT TOOK 13 HOURS
[4 WORK 9 SOAK DRY SOAK DRY TREAT ]
FOR ONE PIECE OF LEATHER TO MATCH
BOTH THE TEXTURE AND THE  LOOK
OF THE PIECE HE REQUIRED.

HE THEN USED A LEATHER BONDING PROCESS
TO JOIN THE PIECE TO THE STRAP

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THE EDGES OF THE SLOTS WERE CLEANED UP AFTER PHOTO
USING A HOT SOLDERING IRON

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WORKS PERFECT
THE STRAP IS NOT PULLED TIGHT IN PIC
ON ARM IT DOES

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THIS IS THE ORIGINAL
IRON BUCKLE, TONGUE AND RIVET

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LEATHER LOOK AGED
YEST IS QUITE SOFT AND STRONG

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NOW WE MOVE TO THE PIN

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AS YOU CAN SEE
IT IS FRENCH
Fleur-de-lis or Fleur-de-lys

Fleur-de-lis or Fleur-de-lys
(?fl?r dl'i, -dl'is, ?fl??r-)

n., pl. fleurs-de-lisorfleurs-de-lys (-dl'iz)
1. a stylized representation of an iris with three petals tied by a band, used ornamentally.
2. the iris flower or plant.
[1300‚€“50; Middle English flourdelis < Anglo-French flour de lis literally, lily flower]

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SILVER OVER BRASS


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ONCE PINNED AND LOCKED
THE LOCK CANNOT OPEN ACCIDENTALLY
AND
THE POCKET WATCH HOLDER IS
ALSO LOCKED
SO THE WATCH CANNOT COME LOOSE

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NOTICE PIN FOLDS OVER BALE SLIDE

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HERE IT IS READY TO LOCK PIN
THE POCKET WATCH HOLDER IS LOCKED

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ON AND LOCKED

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AS TWO THEY ARE FASCINATING
AS ONE THEY ARE A HERITAGE

 

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WORN IT IS SUPER


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YOU MAY ALSO WEAR
WITH BOTH
PIN AND CORD



CASE IS CHROME
OVER BASE

WITH

STAINLESS STEEL
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CASE IS THREE PIECE
OR FOUR PIECE IF WE COUNT THE HINGED CASE BACK
ALL IS STERLING

THE BALE WAS NOT TESTED

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PICS BEFORE CLEANING

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BOTH ATTACHED HINGED CASE BACK  
AND
INTERNAL SNAP BACK MOISTURE/DUST COVER
ARE
HALLMARKED SIGNED
AND
HAVE SIMILAR SERIAL NUMBERS

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DUCK HALLMARK
CANARD
[French for Duck, an aquatic bird]
[FRENCH SILVER HALLMARK =925 %0]

0,925
STERLING SILVER
[SEE BELOW]

STERLING SILVER
92.5 PERCENT SILVER 7.7% COPPER
[COPPER USED TO STRENGTHEN CASE]

FFBA
1 G. Graber SA

SERIAL
1919027
[BOTH OUTER CASE & INNER CASE SEAL]

The following case marks apply to precious metal cases.
All precious metal watch cases made or imported into Switzerland
carried a "responsibility mark" to identify the case maker.

Six collective responsibility marks are found in precious metal cases:

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No.1 Hammer-head or hammer without handle,
No. 2 Hammer with handle,
No. 4 Crossbow,
No. 6 Shield.

Poinon de Matre No.1 - Hammer head
the XXX are the numbers below

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1 G. Graber SA
2 Bielna SA
3 A. Breguet SA
4 La Centrale
6 Nobs & Hermann
8 Meyer & Wetzel
12 Averos SA
13 Fabrique de boites Tramelan SA
16 Heuri Freres
19 Ducommun & Cie
24 BGM Miserez SA
26 Louis Lang SA
28 Varrin & Cie
31 Fabrique de boites P. Etienne SA
33 Crevoisier & Cie
36 Joseph Erard SA
38 G & E Bouille SA
40 Albin Jobin
41 BGM Miserez SA
43 Jean Parattte Sarl
47 Eric Monnier
50 Joseph Erard SA
53 Cedex, Charles Dubois SA
55 Classicor SA
56 Stila SA
57 Edmor SA
58 Gabus Freres, Oracier SA
60 Union Suisse pour l‚€™Habillage de la Montre (USH)
61 Manufacture Cartier La Chaux-de-Fonds
62 Max Fuchs SA
63 Henri Viatte
65 Froidevaux freres

 

 

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MOLINE WATCH Co
MADE IN SWITZERLAND

0,925
STERLING SILVER
[SEE BELOW]

DUCK HALLMARK
CANARD
[French for Duck, an aquatic bird]
[FRENCH SILVER HALLMARK =925 %0]

 

STERLING SILVER
92.5 PERCENT SILVER 7.7% COPPER
[COPPER USED TO STRENGTHEN CASE]

FFBA
1 G. Graber SA

SERIAL
1919027
[BOTH OUTER CASE & INNER CASE SEAL]

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AS 984

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CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN

MOLINE WATCH CO
SWISS SEVENTEEN JEWELS
INCABLOC SHOCK PROTECTION

Features
manual wind
sweep second

Data
10.5''', Dm= 23.3mm, Do= 23.7mm
H= 4.15mm
F= 1.5mm
15/17/19/21 jewels
f = 18000 A/h
power reserve 42h


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CONDITION WATCH:
EXCELLENT  -  RUNS EXCELLENT 
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