Watches show the time flow, time to watch the watch show.
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cellar Wrote:Every so often I've revisited the "Bee" trademark with no success, I've found similar marks but nothing that matches exactly, and I've searched insects from ants, bees, butterfies and through to wasps.As Alan mentioned the Walthan route was one that might shed some light and the following image is from "Watches 1850-1980" by M.Cutmore.Swiss watch movements were passed off as American as American manufacturers market share grew with the above being an example. I've added the "Bee" movement for comparison.While the movements are somewhat similar, I've often wondered whether the "Bee" movement was passed off for a higher grade screwed balance Waltham watch.Just a thought from left field.Cheers from the cellar
Ralph Ehrismann Wrote:Hello Greg...I just wondered how a shot of my "Bee movement" came to downunder ;-)regards from approx 20'000 km awayRalph
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