MADE IN SCHAFFHAUSEN
cinq Wrote:Very interesting topic and suddenly I (think that) I understand the principle of the missing teeth and the jumping minutes!It's fantastic that so many knowledge about these pieces of history is kept alive and is shared among enthusiasts.My very limited knowledge in this matter means that I won't be able to contribute anything useful but I want to express my sincerest appreciation that you share this knowledge here!Kind regards and thanks again to all that contribute,Clemens
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Archy Wrote:" alt="image" />As I know, there is a Pallweber I movement (or parts of it only) in Schaffhausen. Does anyone know about existing complete Pallweber I. pocket watch?In the picture you can see the dial side of my Pallweber II movement.
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costi92 Wrote in reply to:Archy Wrote:" alt="image" />As I know, there is a Pallweber I movement (or parts of it only) in Schaffhausen. Does anyone know about existing complete Pallweber I. pocket watch?In the picture you can see the dial side of my Pallweber II movement.Yes Archy, there is another complete Pallweber I. It is the nr. 554 which was the subject of a previous thread in the forum. The movement is absolutely identical to that now posted.Ps. I think that the number of movement also exists in your watch. It should be placed under the dial and is almost certainly higher than 1xx which is the number of the watch case. The number of movement 554 which is a Pallweber I has a case nr. 3xx.
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costi92 Wrote:It is different from your because it's open face. However, the dial should be identical with the inscription hour in blue (even your watch should have it in blue, French, Dutch or German). The case has Swiss hallmarks with the inscription 800 silver warranted in a shield (this is typical of the early Palwebers) and the case number is 3xx. I know another movement with the same characteristics and the number 5xx.It would need to have a photograph of the hallmarks of your case and another one of the movement under the dial (I think here there is the movement number which should be between 330 and 399). All first Pallwebers known to me have numbers of movement from 300 to 400 or from 500 to 600.
Archy Wrote:Thanks,have you taken a look at the dial and back lid?You were right regarding the blue writing on the dial but I have a same identiacal early movement with pruple writing on the dial. Was the blue color common (and other is rare) or it was just a guess from you?