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My name is Bob, thank you for allowing me to be part of this extraordinary forum. I’m very passionate about watches, specially the vintage watches.
I have a Cyma watch and honestly I don’t know much about this brand/watch.
I would like to ask for your help and professional option about this watch. I will try to describe the best I can. In the movement I see the letters REF next to numbers 570; I assume that 570 will be the caliber of the movement. I don’t know if the case ,dial, hands or the crown are original to this watch or not. I’m very interested if someone can advice me about that.
In my opinion I believe the dial is genuine/ originals so I don’t think that the dial was repainted but I may be wrong, of course. The numbers are glossy and they look like a very thick paint. It has the Swiss on the bottom and it looks same color/tone paint as the rest of the numbers and the CYMA logo.

On the back of the case is the number 3 stamped along with a star witch has the number 4 or letter A inside the star, hard to tell. No serial numbers on the case or movement; not sure if that is normal or not. The case size is about 38mm without the crown included.

Any advice on dial , crown, hands or case will be appreciated. Thank you in advance for all the help.

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Thank you for your kind words Tom. Unfortunately I have just discovered this is a Franken watch. To bad, it is a nice looking watch.


I believe I have solved the mystery here. Finally got the watch in my hands to take a closer look.

Unfortunately the watch movement along with case and hands were heavily modified. Hands are not original to this watch, they been modified. The hands holes were enlarged so they can feet this caliber. Case also was modified and is not original to this watch. The original lugs were cut and replaced with a larger ones.The numbers on dial, they don’t have the radium lumens like all military watches have, this has black paint. The dial seems to be original but far away to by military. Also I believe the case was borrowed from another watch , perhaps Venus. Looking at the star stamp and I’m comparing with the logo of the Venus watch. They look very similar to my eyes. Not to mention the balance wheel does not have the Breguet hairsping. According to my research the caliber 570 supposed to have Breguet hairspring and not flat like this one. This particular movement has only 5 jewels. At least this is my conclusion with this watch.
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