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I know nothing about Cauny movements, but might it be worthwhile to acquire an Oris alarm watch with a Cauny movement?


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Probably not! I can't find any link between the two. What era is this from? The modern Oris alarms had Adolf Schild old stock Cals. AS 1930 and AS 1931. If it's an older watch (and it sounds like it), the movement may be correct but may be trashed and have been replaced with an identical movement from a Cauny watch.

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Probably not! I can't find any link between the two. What era is this from? The modern Oris alarms had Adolf Schild old stock Cals. AS 1930 and AS 1931. If it's an older watch (and it sounds like it), the movement may be correct but may be trashed and have been replaced with an identical movement from a Cauny watch.

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This is what is said about the movement:

"The movement shows the brand 'Cauny' which probably means the 'original' movement has been replaced by a donor movement from a Cauny watch (they used the same AS 1930 movement)."




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