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    • Buffomarinus
      Buffomarinus replied to the thread Curious.
      What an amazing time piece! Thanks for the responses. So I guess it's probably just a matter of "fashion of the times?" I've noticed...
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      Buffomarinus reacted to Bernhard J.'s post in the thread Curious with Like Like.
      Well, the minutes in this French watch are in arabic numerals also ... (about 1710)
    • Buffomarinus
      G'Day all, I've restored a couple dozen English lever/fusee watch movements in the last three years, Most of them have been "orphans"...
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      Buffomarinus replied to the thread Silver case hinge repair.
      G'Day Karl, Nice work! Thanks for the response with photos. I think I'll probably go with one of the silver "easy flow" Ag/flux...
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      G'Day, I have several 19th century English silver watch cases where the hinge is "cactus" (distorted or broken). I have the gear and...
    • Buffomarinus
      I was just doing research on Mr. Tucker and this movement when I stumbled on Dave's 2017 post... I just spent the day cleaning the old...
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      Buffomarinus replied to the thread "Rose cutters"??.
      G'Day Graham, Dewey and Skutte, I understand and agree with what your saying about permanent modifications on a rare movement...
    • Buffomarinus
      I don't know if I'm using the right terminology when referring to these tools/bits as a "rose cutters," but does anyone know of a good...
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