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Watch Movements

Mechanisms

A watch movement (also known as a “calibre”) is the engine of a watch that acts as the powerhouse to make the watch and its functions work. This internal mechanism inside the timepiece moves the hands and powers any complications such as a chronograph, annual calendar or a dual time zone. Driving all of the timekeeping functions, the movement is the essential component in a watch and keeping accurate time; a watch would not function without it.
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Total items in collection: 116. Total items on page 24

ImageGallery Manufacturer Name Year(s) of Production Jewel Count ID
Seiko Seiko 4206 17 147891
Rolex Rolex 1210 1954+ 17 148232
Rolex Rolex 1215 1954+ 17 148106
Rolex Rolex 1220 1954+ 17 148047
Rolex Rolex 1225 1954+ 17 148046
Rolex Rolex 1315 1954+ 17 148216
Rolex Rolex 1400 1960 17 147977
Rolex Rolex 1520 1963+ 17 147967
Rolex Rolex 1530 1957-1965 17 147968
Rolex Rolex 620 1931 - 1945 17 148042
Rolex Rolex 630 1937 17 148041
Rolex Rolex 630 (Chronometer) 1937 17 149123
Rolex Rolex 635 (A.260) 1950 17 148516
Rolex Rolex 640 (A.260) 1950 17 148515
Rolex Rolex 645 (A.260) 1950 17 148101
Rolex Rolex 700 17J (Precision) 1945 - 1955 17 148233
Rolex Rolex 710 17J (Precision) 1950 - 1969 17 149032
Rolex Rolex 727 17 148273
Aegler Hunter 10 1/2 Superbalance 17J 1935 - 1945 17 148271
Fabrique d'Horlogerie de Fontainemelon FHF 59 17J 1935 - 1949 17 148785
Valjoux Valjoux 22 1914 - 1974 17 148985
Valjoux Valjoux 23 1916 - 1974 17 161577
Valjoux Valjoux 55 1945 - 1950 17 161570
Valjoux Valjoux 69 1936 - 1966 17 161571