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INFO 4 That's a good question JH, I don't know...

: That's a good question JH, I don't know if I
: understand your query properly...

: The Valjoux v.73xx line is a different line
: completely from the Valjoux 72, and I'm not
: personally familiar with a Valjoux 730 so
: you might have to fill me in on that one.

: -- Chuck

Hi crew;

quickly, the 730 you are reffering to is not in the 773x. line. If I understand the ?s properly. but is in this line, the 71/72/72c/729/730s are crown /collum wheel movments all with the hour register and the 730/729s also came in 24 hour dial. thay may not be in the same line completly as thay will not fit in the same cases. But to repair them thay are in the same line as far as construction goes.

The 773x are compleatly differant Cheaper and the feel is not the same at all on the pushers. and these, also in there line not inerchange able with the same line as fare as case size. but all the 773 line is interchangeable as far as parts, wheels, balance main and balace springs.

I sure am looking forward to reading it the part 2. Ya hooo!!!
Ill be back after the elections.

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