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Give me the diameter and thickness of the battery holder and I can suggest a battery.
 

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The main way to find out would be to determine the movement specifications. However, I can't identify it. None of the movements in Ranfft give a match..... :-(

Any markings on the movement? A clearer picture might help.

Hartmut Richter
 

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Looks like a Ronda Harley 373 or 375 (date wheel) and they use the 395 battery cell. I love these little guys for they have a clonking sound when you push in the crown. First time I came across this movement I thought the movement was loose inside as it felt like it moved when you pushed in the crown.

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Here is a 375 I'm working on as we speak.
 

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Gauge the diameter of the receptacle and check up on the chart below, then see what thicknesses are available for that diameter.
(Be aware all these non-lithium batteries are all the same voltage of course, so size is the only thing you need to match)

The low price of batteries nowadays you could buy a number of different thickness batteries in your diameter range and suck it and see

Watch Battery Cross Reference Table/Chart for all Watch Batteries
 
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