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Needs loads of TLC but the kind of watch that a retired watchmaker would buy service give a clean and new crystal and end up with a great watch, i love it
 

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Brunner/Pfeiffer-Belli show a similar wacth in their section on Girard-Perregaux which is actually marked "MIMO CENTRIC" on the dial. Like this one:

WW2 watch military Mimo? - Topic

The caption in B/P-B tells us that the watch has a Cal. 28.20 with 13''' which is actually based on the Peseux Cal. 300. The general text for G-P also tells us that G-P was bought up by Otto Graef in the 1930s and that MIMO was an already existing brand of Graef's. I am not entirely sure who made the watch (G-P for MIMO or MIMO for G-P) but at least it does not seem to be a Ukrainian or Argentinian contraption.

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