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    Movement 2813G

    Trying to figure out what movement my watch is using, I've taken the back off and found the numbers 2813G. What does this mean?

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    https://forum.replica-watch.info/for...3-aka-21j.254/

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      #3
      Kind of weird , ive never seen a 2813 stamped 2813 .......


      can we see a pic of the movement ?
      QFOAHDT

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          #5
          Originally posted by Raddave, post: 3570820, member: 42327
          Kind of weird , ive never seen a 2813 stamped 2813 .......


          can we see a pic of the movement ?
          Attached above, you can see 2813 engraved in the blown up photo

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            #6
            Wow OK that does in fact look like a 2813 .....
            QFOAHDT

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              #7
              Originally posted by Raddave, post: 3570845, member: 42327
              Wow OK that does in fact look like a 2813 .....
              Is that not normal then? Any idea where it was made? It's a Rolex Air King.

              Also I've got a Rolex Milgauss, bought from the same person, as they are similar designs I thought they would have the same movement, but I've taken the back off, and it appears there is another back on the inside!

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                #8
                Originally posted by Raddave, post: 3570845, member: 42327
                Wow OK that does in fact look like a 2813 .....
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                  #9
                  yeah milligauses has an inner case back

                  it part of its anti mag design



                  most 2813s look like this one


                  http://www.ofrei.com/images/dg2813.jpg
                  QFOAHDT

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by tomsprice, post: 3570847, member: 144635
                    Is that not normal then? Any idea where it was made?
                    In China by Dixmont Guangzhou

                    And some others making the same movement, Seagull is another

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by SL1234, post: 3570862, member: 122059
                      In China by Dixmont Guangzhou

                      And some others making the same movement, Seagull is another
                      Thanks you.

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                        #12
                        I've got a couple of Tudor reps here off of Dhgate that have movements stamped 2813C, anyone got any ideas who made these and What the C stands for?

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