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Hello guys
[ i promise - No mentions of the cost on my part)) ]


just asking to tell me what the movement is.
if this is another Venus, then I ask you to share any guide about the Venus movement models.
so I can learn to navigate between them and distinguish them.
I would also like to know how OLMA, ETNA and DELMAR are related.
where can I read about these factories?
what year roughly?
THANKS in advance!
 

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Have you checked Mikrolisk for any connections between those entities?
 

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Hi,

I have found possible connection in another watch, but unfortunately, the site no longer provides pictures of it.

It says :

"Olma Chronograph c.1940s. Chrome plated case with stainless steel back, signed Etna Watch Co., copper coloured dial, 2 register chronograph, continuous seconds, and elapsed minutes. The movement is signed Delmar Watch Co., 17J manual wind."

Here is the link :

https://www.poshtime.com/499.006/Olma-Chronograph-c.1940s.php
 

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No. Valjoux made two versions of this movement: one with a "left-right" arrangement (Valjoux 92) and one with an "up-down" arrangement (Valjoux 77). You've got the V77.

Hartmut Richter


Note: subsequently edited to correct erroneous calibre numbers.
 
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