- - and PW movements, try Andreas' site at
which, although in German, (Andreas' native language) is a valuable resource with lots of pictures and information, but without ANY
ID you'll just have to plough through the pages till you find it.
Mind you, it's a great read especially for obscure Euro makes and makers.
BTW, Andreas has good English, and will try to help from a picture sent by e-mail if you can't find on his site. He also has manufacturing dates for many, many makers - like from 1815 to 1898 and so on. Let him know I sent you if you contact him.
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