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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 8

ImageGallery Manufacturer Name Year(s) of Production Jewel Count ID
Aegler Hunter 10 1/2 1923 - 1935 15 148191
Aegler Hunter 10 1/2 18J Chrono 1950 - 1960 18 148407
Aegler Hunter 10 1/2 Superbalance 15J 1935 - 1945 15 148306
Aegler Hunter 10 1/2 Superbalance 17J 1935 - 1945 17 148271
Aegler Hunter 13 1930 - 1935 18 149039
Aegler Rebberg 13 1902 - 1927 15 148196
Aegler Rebberg 13 7J 1902 - 1927 7 148981
Aegler Rebberg 7 1/2 1902 - 1927 15 149353