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Hello chaps, can anyone help me with the ID of this UN movement? Pic is from an old EB listing, the one I have so far is pretty small but the movement is the same. Also, looks like it's normal that these 1920s trench watches are not signed UN anywhere on the movement (but they have a SN on it).
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I can't find an exact match. However, I suspect it will be by Fontainemelon (FHF) - it's very close to the "Fontainemelon 3" movement listed a little more than halfway down this page:

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In the end, it will be down to having a look at the keyless works.

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Thanks a ton, Mr. Richter, much appreciated. Just did a quick check and I found a few trench watches with that same FHF movement.
 

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Sorry to bother you all again, I have another bit of the puzzle. Caseback has this hallmark on it, but I've actually never seen it before. Does anyone have any idea where it comes from or what it is supposed to mean?
I'm also adding a pic of the watch (sorry, it's small) if this might be helpful.
Thanks again to anyone who wants to share his toughts and knowledge.

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Much appreciated, Mirius! Makes a lot of sense, so now I know that everything is fine.
Thanks again again for your help, Gents!
 
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