A "fond acier inoxydable" watch is a watch stamped with those French words meaning "stainless steel back." This stamp can be found on many vintage watches.
Fond acier indoxyable is French for substantive stainless steel.
Lavender alvarex fond Acier 17 jewel watch swiss made in cab /inoxy dable would appreciate any onformation
The words fond acier inoxydable are French for stainless steel back. You can't tell the manufacturer from that but you may have the name on the movement.
substantive stainless steel
it means stainless steel in english
Any watchmaker who used #40 Stainless Steel Movement
Unfortunately, no- other than an educated guess that you may have a Belgian shotgun. Acier is not a brand- it means steel. Many are marked Acier Cockerill- which is the company that made the steel.
difference entre acier a outil pour travail froid et chaud
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"steel" is "acier".
The Westclox pocket watch with a train engraved into the case is not a very valuable watch. The average cost of this watch is approximately $50.00.
Yes,I have one
Ben Sherman watches are not more valuable than Rodania or Rolex watches. The Rodania and Rolex watches are more expensive and valuable compared to the Ben Sherman watches.
Please re-ask the question and provide the model and guage or type of gun. "Acier Special" means special steel and is stamped on many different models.
THis is not the name of the shotgun, but kind of barrel, made in Belgium. Acier means Steel, and Cockerill stands for "Cockerill-Sambre" the name of the steel maker.
You need to give more information. I assume it is a shotgun, but "Acier Special" just means it was made with "special steel" and we would need at least a model number to start looking for the manufacture date.
Yes but watch closely now... those fins are valuable for the betta.
Basically impossible to value with no other information.
Jacques Ferry has written: 'L' acier'