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domecurb
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Minerva Wrist watch

on Wed Oct 12 2016, 15:25
A small Minerva wrist watch at 33mm including the crown, dial states waterproof and the case back shows quite an unusual sealing system with a keyed case back [ see pics] the case back has a notch and will rotate about 8mm before it is removable.
it runs a Minerva 16 jewel manual wind movement, its a lovely Movement IMO.just look at that balance Very Happy

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Re: Minerva Wrist watch

on Wed Oct 12 2016, 15:27
The movement alone looks like a tiny piece of art .

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Re: Minerva Wrist watch

on Wed Oct 12 2016, 15:30
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:The movement alone looks like a tiny piece of art .

can you imagine what that would cost these days? Shocked
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