Stumped! Never heard of this movement before . . .
By: Dr No : April 23rd, 2016-16:03
. . . which is a little surprising, as shaped movements are of deep personal interest. I'm aware of another long-duration shaped movement of equivalent vintage, but with two barrels, unlike your Angelus. That is one enormous mainspring.
Very interesting, and deeply compelling. I wonder how it performed in terms of isochronism.
Yes, I have it at a watchmaker now and he has cleaned it but is fighting to adjust it so its NOT running to fast. Down at 5 min over two days. Told me that it is hard to pull up, and there where some issues regarding that
...Augelus was bought by Mr. Stolz since 1891 in Le Locle area...as a watch and clock makers and also movement supplier to various brands in early twenties....and stop production during quartz crisis...some 60s Panerai adopted Augelus movements...
MY NAME IS WALTER FLORIE I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR ONE OF THESE MOVEMENTS OR SIMILAR IF ANYONE HAS ONE FOR SALE OR ANYTHING SIMILAR NEED NOT BE WORKING OR COMPLETE THANKS [Email address suppressed for privacy]