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A Schild Caliber As 1012

A. Schild Caliber AS 1012

A Schild Caliber As 1012

BrandA. Schild
Caliber NumberAS 1012, AS1012
Movement TypeManual wind, mechanical
Diameter5.75”’ x 6.75”’ (13mm x 15.15mm)
Height3.5mm
Jewels17 (also 21 variation)
Power Reserve~44 hours
Vibrations Per Hour18,000 bph
EscapementAnchor w/ pallets
Hands1.00 / 0.55
FeaturesHours, minutes
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Production Years1936-1960
Known ModelsPlease add yours to comments below…

The pictures posted here are of the A. Schild caliber AS 1012 found in a vintage Breiting ladies watch. It is signed Breitling on the mainplate and AS 1012 below the balance wheel.

There are two variations of this caliber: 17 jewels and 21 jewels.The movement can feature Glucycur screw balance or ring balance with chaton shock-protection.

The caliber AS1012 is also found as the Consul caliber 55 and Dugena 870.

Please share your experiences and thoughts about the caliber AS 1012 in the comments section below…

A Schild Caliber As 1012 Macro A Schild Caliber As1012 Gears A Schild Caliber As1012


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Elamir Thomas
Elamir Thomas
1 year ago

Hi, my family was a manufacturer from long time and i have a stock from this machine 1012 , it’s still working very well .
If you are interesting to buy contact me.

silva
silva
6 months ago
Reply to  Elamir Thomas

Hi. are they in good condition? can you send some pictures? 🙂
and what’s the price. 🙂

Michael Hickley
Michael Hickley
1 year ago

I recently purchased a non working ladies BAUME 21 jewel hand winder with an AS 1012 movement.When I got it, it was clogged up with dirt, fibre, and what looked like small hair amassed over the decades without being serviced.I managed to get the fibres,dus.and hair out, and get the watch working after a clean.Pre 1960, so at least 49 years old.Looking at the dial, I am guessing around 1950;s.

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