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Place for interactive articles and discussion of watch restoration projects and techniques used. Pictures will be a major portion of the articles. W.e encourage discussion of both restoration and conservation issues and techniques.

  1. South Bend parts interchange

    I have a SB 347 movement. Grade2, 17 jewel, single roller, 18 size . I need a roller table, jewel and balance staff. A complete balance assembly will work. Will 345 movement parts exchange?
  2. Rolex GMT Watch

    [QUOTE=Lane Williams;1054679]Hello again,
    I have acquired a Rolex GMT, and I am need some information on this.One side of the watch head has; 2129123. The other side has;1675. Any help would be great! Thanks!!
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  3. Waltham 1888 - a brief report

    To get on with my blog showing some America's popular movements from the inside, just another brief report on another popular Waltham's movement, the 16 size model 1888. It was mde in th last decade of the 19th Century, in various grades, from 7 jewel basic model, up to the top notch RR chronometrs.
    The 1888 was a stem wind and set movement, with a single piece stem locked with a screw in the movement, like in most modern movements
    we know. The plates design was 3/4, with winding gears ...

    Updated 11-22-2015 at 02:30 PM by pmwas

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