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Thanks, Amer . . . Perhaps Another MN ? ? ?

Thanks, Amer . . . that is very interesting. We realize just how specialized the Swiss watch industry was / is!!

Still, I have to believe that the MN that we are seeing (on V72 adn V92, for example) was some sort of code used by Valjoux, to mark movements made for Heuer.

Further research is under way!!



Dear Jeff
: I search in my Old watch Lexikon and I found a small manufacture
: for watch part founded in 1926 specialized in watch movement
: Gear production could be MN mean some part of the valjoux
: movement have a MN movement gear!!!!!!!!!!!!

: MN (ineinander, im Zahnrad) Comp. des Montres Novalis Kleinuhren,
: Uhrenteile; Genf, Schweiz; registriert am 9.4.1926

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Two-Letter Codes on Watch Movements (MN for Heuer)
Re: Two-Letter Codes on Watch Movements (MN for Heuer)
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