A Schild Caliber As1361n 1361n

A. Schild Caliber AS 1361N

A Schild Caliber As1361n 1361n

ManufacturerA. Schild
Caliber NumberAS 1361N, AS1361N
Movement TypeAutomatic, self-winding mechanical
Lignes11.5”’
Diameter
25.6mm
Thickness5.75mm
Jewels17
Lift Angle52 degrees
Power Reserve~38 hours
Vibrations Per Hour18,000 bph
Hand Sizes
1.3mm / 0.9mm / 0.2mm
Anti-ShockIncabloc
Hacking?
No
Hand-Windable?
Yes
FeaturesCentral hours, central minutes, central sweeping seconds
Country of ManufactureSwitzerland
Known Models(Add your watch in the comments below…)

The A. Schild 1361N is a vintage self-winding, automatic watch movement. It is Swiss made with 17 jewels.

The ‘N’ on the caliber number indicates that the movement was modified by the watch company casing the movement. The example featured here is from a Hilton brand watch that advertises an “Unbrakable” Mainspring on the dial. For this particular watch, it is unknown whether the N modifications are for the mainspring used or the branded rotor.

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Kevgermany
Kevgermany
8 months ago

I have a copper plated version in an Avia deluxe. Guessing 1950s, or early 60s. Rotor is Avia branded. Back is marked Evalast mainspring.

Kevgermany
Kevgermany
8 months ago
Reply to  Kevgermany

Here’s a pic.

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KeepTheTime.com
KeepTheTime.com(@keepthetime)
7 months ago

Just posted this Hilton automatic watch in the watch store with an AS 1361N inside…

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Jonnies
Jonnies
3 months ago

I have a watch with this movement inside and I was wondering about how old you all think it might be. I realize I am asking for an answer without giving much information, but is there a whereabouts that this movement might have been produced between 19xx and 19xx?

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