I am not looking to add any such watch to my collection but thank you for the information. [nt]

Sep 11, 2019,08:11 AM
 

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We all know about A. Lange & Söhne in the pre and post communist eras in Germany but what do we know about the time when Lange was based in Pforzheim, West Germany in between?

 
 By: LX : September 11th, 2019-00:51
Lange vorm. Glashütte=Lange formerly Glashütte --> The current A. Lange & Söhne is completely silent about this... ...  

Lange Pforzheim

 
 By: colinfredericwillsher1 : September 11th, 2019-01:34
There is a website A.Lange Pforzheim (ALP) 1952 that seems to cover this period.

ALS won't service watches made prior to its modern revival, I've heard.

 
 By: Spangles - Mr. Tabby : September 11th, 2019-04:29
So, not surprising that they are tight lipped about it.

I don’t think Lange is particularly tight-lipped about this period.

 
 By: DruidPadj : September 11th, 2019-14:10
Walter Lange discussed this in his biography.

I have done

 
 By: tactictac : September 12th, 2019-16:10
in steel... ...  

That's a prize. [nt]

 
 By: DruidPadj : September 13th, 2019-07:17

Lugs are the same

 
 By: watch-er : September 13th, 2019-13:52
as modern ALS