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If there are no markings on movement or case, it will be difficult to get any information. I would bet that the movement is generic so it might be more profitable just to try and identify the movement maker. It's a turn of the (19th) century stem wound and pin set cylindre escapement movement anyway.

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Hi guys,i found serial number on movement 839 and single number 6,does anyone know anything about these numbers?thanks
 

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Well, they could be a calibre designation, but without a maker's mark, it would be difficult to get any further. I am not sure what those three parallel lines are for but I doubt that they constitute a maker's mark.....

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