[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!!
I still remember the good old days, when internet was not very popular and relatively expensive, eBay was not yet even known in Poland and Polish auction websites were just getting started.
Those days the antique fairs like the one in bytom or Gliwice, held once or twice a month used to be places where true gems could be found.
Today these places turned, with very little exceptions in unattractive markets full of crap, and truly interesting pieces are very hard to find.
Updated 08-28-2016 at 08:53 AM by pmwas
Seven jewel watches... usually low end versions, not very collectable, not interesting, mass made nothing specials.
Thinking about fancy 7 jewel American movements, one would probably think of 7 jewel Hamiltons, that are scarce enough to cal them so...
But that's not a post about a 7 jewel Hamilton.
It's a post about a good Elgin - 12 size model 3 grade 303.
We all know model 3 very well. Collecting American watches it's impossibe not to see one of them every once
I've been silent recently, as I've got nothing to show here, due to the simplest possible reason - lack of funds...
So I had to slow down with buying new stuff a bit, still - today I had to do a minor reapir job on my mother's Delbana.
Here's the issue:
Makes me wonder - the watch has been serviced recently, and the arbor was replaced as well!
Is the arbor too weak or maybe there is something wrong
Updated 08-11-2016 at 09:29 AM by pmwas
I am restoring an antique Kienzle grandfather clock and have successfully been able to get it into good working order. The case is beautiful German oak and is in excellent condition. However, I need to have the dial face re-silvered and new numerals painted. I am located in Frankfurt, Germany and need to find a shop in Germany that does this work. Does anyone know of such?