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I picked up a beautiful Eterna Matic. The serial number suggests it dates to 1958--can anyone help me identify the movement? I'm thinking 1412 or 1414.





 

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The 1412U and 1414U look almost identical, but they differ in size- one is 12 lignes, the other is 13 lignes in diameter. So you'll need to take a measurement yourself. The thing is, that the movement family that both belong to has a fair bit of calibres in it. Did you check the differences between the movements listed in Ranfft? Like, is it a date or no-date? Domed dial, flat dial?
 

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I picked up a beautiful Eterna Matic. The serial number suggests it dates to 1958--can anyone help me identify the movement? I'm thinking 1412 or 1414.
Hi joeabroad,

Please check red circled region in the picture. As far as I know, for Eterna movement the ID number is engraved under the balance wheel.

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Hope it helps,
Blue_wave
 
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