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well i had no clue there was a stowa forum on here. :-s b-) lol. so this is a better place than the vintage forum. here is my new/old stowa. any info would be great. thanks!








 

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Thanks! It's extremely hard to find ANY info and I've never seen one of these. I love it!
 

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Congrats on this fine watch! :-!

It was made in the sixties of last century.
The movement comes from Switzerland and is an "AS 1746":

bidfun-db Archive: Watch Movements: AS 1746

To estimate its value you should look into ebay results.

More watches of that period you can view in my albums: Wintitsches


Keep it! It's a wonderful testimony of those years half a century ago.



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A very dressy Stowa, looks great. I guess Mr. Schauer can find out exactly which model this is.
Difficult task. There are not much records left at Stowa and in the 60ties/70ties a "model name" was quite unusual in Pforzheim. (Of course, exceptions prove the rule - "Seatime"- Stowa, "Sport" - Laco, "Seatimer", "Submariner", "Flagship" - Longines 1967 -, "Sea King" ).The A. Schild movement used might give an indication regarding the presumable date of production.
 

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Thanks guys. It's actually an AS 1900 because it beats at 21,600 BPH
 
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