Ocean wrote: ↑
Sun May 02, 2021 6:23 pm
MK what movement is in the Dubois? If it’s what I think it is that’s a once in a lifetime find if bought for the right price.
Nothing special there. It's a relatively common generic movement, FEF (Fabrique d'Ebauches Fleurier) cal.190. Unless you know something I don't (I never gave squat about its monetary value, so that's possible), it's nothing exceptional. The case is chrome-plated brass with a screw-down steel back. This one's all about the two-tone lumed sector dial, I'd say.
For what it's worth, I bought that through my buddy from a guy who was selling off some of non-Omega and non-Longines watches. He had little use for them anyway, he's got a total of more than 1000 vintage Omegas and Longines, so... Bought it together with my Buren Grand Prix, the watches costed me 100 euro each. For that matter, my '52 Longines 4858 also came from his collection.