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Not really a lot more that I can tell you about it besides it coming off a Stowa watch
 

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Hi, GhentWatch--A shot in the dark: I think the owl logo belongs to Eulit, who probably made the band, not the watch. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

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I don't think that Eulit would have made a watch- but I also believe that the bracelet is, as Reggie says, by Eulit. According to Mikrolisk, Eulit-Werk was located in Peiting, Germany, and manufactured bands/bracelets (that's what the German word Armbaender means, doesn't it?).
Mikrolisk - The horological trade mark index
 

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Yeah figured it was a bandmaker. Awesome that it's Eulit I should've thought of that cus I have a couple off their bracelets but they weren't signed like this.
So this one is going back on the watch and advertised as 'period vintage Eulit bracelet'.

Thanks chaps!
 

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I don't think that Eulit would have made a watch- but I also believe that the bracelet is, as Reggie says, by Eulit. According to Mikrolisk, Eulit-Werk was located in Peiting, Germany, and manufactured bands/bracelets (that's what the German word Armbaender means, doesn't it?).
Mikrolisk - The horological trade mark index
Jup.
 
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