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|855: Exita Sport Manual Wind, ca. 1955|
Case:†Hermetic, R.W. A.G. (Rodi & Wienenberger), Garantie - gold plated, plastic crystal, steel push back with gasket,†D=33mm
Dial:†Exita Sport, Waterproof, 17 Jewels, Unishock - silvered, golden glazed, raised†markers
Movement:† 0, P60-61, 17 Jewels - PUW 61, LR - calibre†PUW 61, 17 jewels, monometallic screw balance, Unishock shock protection
Condition: C2, B0, D1, M0-1
In my archive is written: 1955 the PUW 60/61 was regarded as the only German movement with chronometer capability. Probably the reason was that the movements were tested by the traditionally responsible Deutsches Hydrographisches Institut Hamburg, while Junghans chronometers were tested by the PTB in Braunschweig. Unfortunately ebay sellers use this information to describe almost every watch with identified PUW 60/61 as chronometer. The PUW 60/61 is without doubts a good movement, but chronometer certified samples are rather rare. This one is definitely no chronometer, and on ebay I've not yet noticed any..
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High bid EUR 44.00 (~UK£ 40.00)
Reserve EUR 42.00 (~UK£ 38.18)
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The watch presented here is not for sale. It was offered or sold as mentioned above a longer time ago. This archive is just a market overview and price guide, e.g. for evaluation of comparable watches. Moreover, images and descriptions can help for dating and checking the authenticity of watches.
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