E Schlup Abrecht Myu Swiss Stopwatch Movement

E. Schlup-Arbecht Stopwatch Movement

 

E Schlup Abrecht Myu Swiss Stopwatch Movement

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vazif
vazif
4 years ago

pris stop waches

Peter
Peter
1 year ago

I have a very old schulp watch signed, w schulp. Co on fhe wheel in the back. From my understanding they are rare and expensive? Could anyone help me with the history of this watch

William
William
1 year ago

A recently purchased Schlup stop watch has a part stamped (below & next to balance wheel) – BFG 61. The letters BF enclosed within a larger G.- (Baumgartner)

Peter
Peter
1 year ago
Reply to  William

Not to sure what that means? Is it a good thing and what did it go for?

William
William
1 year ago
Reply to  Peter

“This caliber listing is incomplete and currently being updated! In the meantime, the caliber number is still unknown. If you know the caliber number, please comment below. Thank you!” I was replying to the above request. I purchased a Schlup Stop watch for AU$10.00. It was not working and missing the glass. There were letters and numbers stamped onto the movement. The letters “BFG” refer to the watchmaker “Baumgartner”. The numbers “611” is the caliber number. I have not been able to find any further information about Baumgartner making stop watches. Maybe Schlup purchased the calibers from Baumgartner and converted… Read more »

Gabriel
Gabriel
2 months ago
Reply to  William

Hello, i’ve recently made a similar purchase. Where did you source the replacement crystal from ?

William
William
1 year ago

Correction – GFG 611

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