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I just received this vintage Stowa off the 'bay and am concerned that there appears to be nothing on the movement identifying it as a Stowa. This is my 1st vintage Stowa, does this appear authentic? Did I get taken?

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It is authentic. Typical watch out of the early 60ties I guess, maybe a bit earlier.
You got a Stowa Parat with an OS 1065 automatic movement;
not all Stowa watches had Stowa marked movements or rotors.

Specs:

Osco 1065 (Otto Schlund, back into the watch business as Schlund watches)
automatic movement, 25 jewels
diameter: 11.5''' =25.94mm
18.000 beats/h


If you want to know more about "Stowa Parat" have a look here:
https://www.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?p=282011
 

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The amount of info here continues to amaze me. Thanks for always sharing Mike. :-!


It is authentic. Typical watch out of the early 60ties I guess, maybe a bit earlier.
You got a Stowa Parat with an OS 1065 automatic movement;
not all Stowa watches had Stowa marked movements or rotors.

Specs:

Osco 1065 (Otto Schlund, back into the watch business as Schlund watches)
automatic movement, 25 jewels
diameter: 11.5''' =25.94mm
18.000 beats/h


If you want to know more about "Stowa Parat" have a look here:
https://www.watchuseek.com/showthread.php?p=282011
 
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