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Hello all,
I have quickly come into the possession of another watch. This is an ivy ladies watch. I wanted to know more information about ivy watches but couldn't find any. Does anyone know any more about Ivy watches? Are they as rare as the lack of information suggests?
I know that is key wound, but just a quick question. Once the key is inserted does the key turn clockwise or anticlockwise? How can you tell?
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Hello all,
I have quickly come into the possession of another watch. This is an ivy ladies watch. I wanted to know more information about ivy watches but couldn't find any. Does anyone know any more about Ivy watches? Are they as rare as the lack of information suggests?
I know that is key wound, but just a quick question. Once the key is inserted does the key turn clockwise or anticlockwise? How can you tell?
Thanks
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Depends on the movement. But by the looks of the watch I would say not a fusee so clockwise.

It was a chain driven fusee it would be counterclockwise.



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From mikrolisk:

Word trade mark Image trade mark Manufacturer Location and details
I V Y (auf Blättern im Hosenbandorden)Numa JeanninUhren, Uhrenteile; Fleurier, Schweiz; registriert am 9.12.1912
IvyNuma Jeannin SA / Ivy Watch Factory / Fabrique Numa JeanninUhren, Uhrenteile; Fleurier, Schweiz; registriert am 28.1.1907
IvyPark Watch Import Co. Inc.Kleinuhren; Buffalo (NY), USA; registriert am 15.7.1928
 

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Do you have a photo of the movement? Also, what do the other words on the dial say?
 
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