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I've postet this watch build 1910 in the "Lady's watch" section because I guess the technical interest of this standart watch is quite low over here. The "special" is the enamel case. (http://forums.watchuseek.com/f469/old-but-not-odd-but-rather-exclusive-4121282.html) I still search the maker of the movement and hope to find some help in the F11. Pictures from the dial side will follow this week end.

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No idea why, when I've seen it, it reminded me of Electa movements, but that's a loose associaton, too many things don't add up. Guess it's one of these, which I did see somewhere, as the looks of it seem somehow familiar, only I am completely unable to recall the manufacturer. Then again, if it looks familiar, surely someone will know what it is.
 

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Thank you MKWS I also think it looks familiar but I'm often really blind to distinguish these movements. Big old Pocket watches often have some very typical characteristics I miss here. While the movement is drying here a picture of the dial side unfortunately without any makers hints:

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Any thoughts ?? Silke
 
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