The Emes caliber 15 is a very typical 10 1/2 ligne sized after-war pin lever movement from Germany. In terms of construction it is more or less equal than similar movements of Lord/AHS or Eppler.
The movement is made in a pier construction, has got a subsecond hand at "6" and is wound with a rocking bar winding mechanism on the dial side.
Nevertheless, there's a small difference to the other movements: The balance in beared in two Trishock-like shock protection systems.
Emes 15 dial side
|Number of jewels||4|
|Balance cock direction||clockwise|
|Regulator type||Long regulator arm|
|Movement construction||Escapement wheel|
Fork, Fourth wheel, Third wheel, Center wheel, Mainspring barrel
|Winding mechanism||Rocking bar|
|Setting lever spring||1 holes|
|Functions||Hour, minute, small second|
|Beats per hour||18000|
|Image in Flume Werksucher ||1957 41|
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Emes ladies' watch