The Movement Table provides a time line of Citizen’s vintage watches, listed by model name and in chronological order, together with key information as far as is known about each one. However, it is also interesting to see at a glance how base movements were used not only for a particular model, but also for other models and over time.
To do this a ‘family tree’ is useful, where the base movement is shown along with the original model it was used in, but adding as well the other models where that base caliber was used. Sometimes there is a wide variety of models which at first glance may not appear to be closely related, as is well demonstrated for example in the 02 ‘Homer’ family. Links to the Family Trees can be found at the bottom of this page.
I hope the trees are fairly self-explanatory, with the base movement / model shown at the top. Each tree then branches downwards, colour coded to see the development lines. In the box for each version of the movement I show the year of first production, jewel count and any model variants, plus any specially noteworthy points.
At the bottom of the tree is a box showing common attributes for all models.
1: The 02 / Homer Family
2: The 031 / 032 Jet Family
3: The 52 / Crystal Seven & Seven Star Family
4: The 72 / Leopard & V2 Family