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For Citizen collectors, and interested others! - is this useful?.....

April 5 2012 at 6:18 PM
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...alongside updating the Movement Table, I've been working on a first 'family tree' to show how a base movement is used both for the development of a particular model, and its use in other lines and grades of watches. I've started with the 020 movement, which is humble Homer hand winder first made in 1960. However, it's interesting to see what other models the same base caliber was used in.

Although this is only quick and dirty scan under a desk lamp at this stage, I'd be interested to know what others think as well so I'd welcome any comments:

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Stephen

 
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