It's a 6286October 1 2017 at 5:49 AM
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Response to 1953 Oyster Perpetual - Identification & restoration help required
The F5501 is the movement number on the autowind likely.
There should be another number without a letter which is the base movement number.
If you could show the timing cert and the guarantee with any numbers I could help sort that for you.
Should be a 6286 It has the milled bezel which is indicated by the (6) in the model number.
It is basically a 6284 with a different bezel.
You can find this also between the lugs if you remove the bracelet.
I would gladly service it for you but I am in the USA.
If you don't mind sending it I can take care of it.
I have a good bit of new and used material for the movement. Gaskets and the rest are standard fair.
A good cleaning and lubrication with regulation and water test and you should be good to go.
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