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Dear All
this may be a long shot, but it doesn't hurt to try.
I am trying to identify this movement. There are no marks on the plates, and without taking it apart, I can't see any evident clue about the manufacturer.
The quality of the plates and the finish seem to indicate this may not be a bottom of the line item, but then who knows.
I have got this watch recently, it keeps accurate time.
You can see how a previous murderours attempt to open the watch scarred the wheel bridge.
To the point: did anyone come across a similar movement before, any feature you recognise - if so please post a brief reply and put me out of my misery. Your help is much appreciated.

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Thank you in anticipation
Francesco
 

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Rick!
spot on, just amazing.
thanks for the info & link, much appreciated.
For the record, first day wearing the watch today. Was keeping good time at the time of the opening post. Stopped now - ha ha!
Most likely it needs a thorough service/overhaul.

Most obliged to Eeeb and Gumby for their replies as well.
 
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