2 complicated wristwath chronograph/telemeters. One is a Jules Jurgensen, the other is called Egona. The Egona movement is 31mm in diameter & works but will need hands & a good cleaning. I have not been able to check the chronograph buttons because the hands are missing. It is still encased in the remnant of an 18kt gold case. It is obvious the rest of the case was scraped for gold content. They tried to pry the movement out(the gold shows the teeth marks) but gave up & sold the movment with the gold band around it. The Jules Jurgensen movement is beautiful. The staff, hairspring are in good order. The buttons & winding stem are gone. The staff rotates freely when the watch is given a twist. Appears to be an easy restoration. The movement is 34mm. International buyers: We prefer to ship via Express Mail International or Priority Mail International. Insurance is required on all purchases & do not ask me to falsify the custom form. Please contact us by email after the auction ends as to how you would prefer to have the item shipped. US buyers: We prefer to ship via Prioriyt mail with insurance & delivery confirmation. 1) Please contact us before bidding if you have less than 20 feedbacks. Also unverified buyers' bids will not be honored. 2) Payment is expected within 10 days of the end of the auction otherwise we reserve the right to relist the item. This period may be slightly extended for foreign buyers. 3) Auctions are not stopped & we don't have "Buy it now" provisions. 4) We appreciate our loyal customers. We enjoy their trust & will always try very hard to deserve & keep it. 5) Make MDANTIQUESINC a mainstay of your favorite list. We are ecclectic sellers, painfully letting go of unique items we have collected & cherished over 35 years. Please view our site"mdantiquesinc".
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