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  1. Joker1987 May 30, 2021

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    Hello, after many fruitless searches, I decided once again to turn to you for information on this nos lcd, I only know that it is a tissot research and that there are no photos of this on the net template. As usual, any help is welcome, thanks in advance to everyone, here are the photos:

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  2. ghce May 31, 2021

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    That aint going to win any beauty contest for sure but I am sure it will get a lot of notice if not comments.
     
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  3. Radiumpassion May 31, 2021

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    Very cool! Never seen this «research» model before. I have this one.

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  4. Vitezi May 31, 2021

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  5. Joker1987 May 31, 2021

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    Thank you at all:)
     
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  7. Willbur Jun 13, 2021

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    Seems to be designed in 1974 by Roland Ecabert.
    There is no reference on the tag ?
    this one should come from Italia regarding the price.
     
  8. Joker1987 Jun 13, 2021

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  9. Willbur Jun 13, 2021

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    So model 95001 from 1976.
     
  10. Joker1987 Jun 13, 2021

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  11. Willbur Jun 14, 2021

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    In the book Tissot : 150 years of history.
     
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  12. Joker1987 Jun 14, 2021

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    Thank you so much
     
  13. JohnWoo Jun 15, 2021

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    The movement is very similar to the Tissot Autolub model sold in the UK around 1972.
    The plastic movement parts where of a new type of material which in theory was sturdier and needed less attention.
    As I remember, Tissot tried to 'innovate' new materials partly as an experiment, but the retailing only lasted a few years and they returned to more traditional materials.
    Spare components are no longer available but non working examples are often purchased for donor parts.
    Just throwing in this bit of info that may be of interest?