Felsa 300

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10 1/2”’ | Hand Wind | Swiss Lever | Indirect Sweeping Seconds |

Remarks:

  • The manufacturer of the Shock-Resist shock protection, Erismann-Schinz, was not registered until 1963. The movement therefore appears to be a newer version of the Felsa 300
  • The dial side is marked with the Felsa logo and 294. The 294 is the basic version of the movement with small seconds. The Felsa 300 differs from the 294 only in the sweeping seconds, hence the same plate
  • The setting lever spring on the movement shown is defective

 

  • Listing ID: 4373
  • Manufacturer / Brand: Felsa
  • Caliber: 300
  • Size: 10 1/2'''
  • Shape: Round
  • Winding: Manual (Crown)
  • Hand Setting: Crown
  • Seconds Hand: Sweeping seconds (central seconds)
  • Escapement: Lever (Swiss, English, Glashütte)
  • Date & Day: None
  • Jewels: 17
  • Setting Lever Screw/Pin Position: Left
  • Balance Position: Bottom (120 - 240°)
  • Shock Protection: Shock-Resist
  • Beats per hour: 18,000
  • Balance Type: Screw balance
  • Power Reserve: Unknown
  • Production Period: Unknown, probably from approx. 1949 to approx. 1965
  • Identification: Listed in the Flume K1 in the part from 1952, and in the Classification Horlogère from 1949.
  • External Link: https://uhrforum.de/threads/identifizierte-uhrwerke-die-weder-bei-ranfft-lorenz-noch-im-watch-wiki-zu-finden-sind.86322/page-12#post-2272828
  • Country: Switzerland
  • Contributor ©: Uhrforum.de member Badener (Andreas Kelz)

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