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    Default Question about E.Howard Co. N size watch winding stem

    Hello and thank you firstly ~

    I would like to ask did the E.Howard Co. N size pocket watch have different structure than "general" 18 size pocket watch ?

    Why I ask about it because I found N size E.Howard have additional screw on the stem seem to fix it... it cannot found on other 18 size watch.

    Did that screw is use to fix the stem instead of fix the stem by the case ?

    Thank you very much ~

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    Default Re: Question about E.Howard Co. N size watch winding stem (RE: pppdddaaa)

    Yes there is a screw to hold the stem in place, it is called a detente screw, on the movement next to the hole for the stem. The N size Howard movement is larger than a normal 18 size movement so the case that fits them is hard to come by. Hope this helps.

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    Default Re: Question about E.Howard Co. N size watch winding stem (RE: Bill B)

    Thank you very much ~
    I think I got the answer

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