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I'm a new member of the forum and could really use with some advice with a watch I am considering to purchase.
I am looking at a Lecoultre Master Mariner Cal. 481 (dated late 1950s I believe)
I am aware that normally Cal.481 movements tend to have a power reserve complication, however this one does not have that, so I'm a bit worried, as this is also my first Lecoultre!
Are there such 481 movements without a power reserve complication, or is this a classic Frankenwatch??
Any help is appreciated, many thanks!
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Not that I'm aware of. You should pass on the watch for other reasons as well: The case is over polished and the dial has been refinished.
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