STOWA never manufactured movements by themselves, but they signed some of the built in movements with their brand.
If we can see a pic o f the movement, we can tell more - or you are going to determinate it by yourself here:
I've won the auction with a bid of about $12 + $25 shipping. Seller has no info on it other then the obvious. I think he was expecting more for it and offered to let me cancel if I want. What do you guys think? Is it worth picking up just for collections sake? It supposedly works still. If not, I wanted to keep it in my box of goodies and some day try and restore it. Any input is appreciated.
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