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    Before timegraphers

    Don't know for sure but based on my experience working on a survey crew some 70 odd years ago, they probably used a master clock adjusted periodically to sidereal time. If you know where you are on Earth you can determine the exact time by measuring the angle from your location to the North...
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    Vintage Longines Question

    I believe that's a front loader. Will take a Longines Admiral Wrench or a crystal lifter to open.
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    Electric WW Bulova Accutron Quart 2431.10 repair

    If you are not comfortable soldering circuits you might try silver conductive glue. I've used for a similar problem.
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    Junghans Mega Ceramic

    Looking for information on Junghans Mega in ceramic case. Does anyone know what the numbers on back of case mean. 17/1010 104 No. 93xxxxxx. (x=digits). What movement ? Frequency(s) received? Year manufactured? Etc. I've searched the internet for this information without success. Many thanks.
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    Longines 341

    I have obtained Longines parts on the big auction site. Bought an outer stem from a seller in Belgium who has lots of Longines parts. I believe the part number for the female half of a split stem is 963. Can't find the sellers name right now but he is very knowledgeable. Search for Longines part...
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    Stolen 992E

    Found. While retrieving a belt that had fallen behind the dresser I found the watch against the baseboard under the dresser. Apparently flung across the room by burglar as he tossed drawers in chest. Can't figure why the watch's storage bag was still in the drawer.
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    Stolen 992E

    Found. While retrieving a belt that had fallen behind the dresser I found the watch against the baseboard under the dresser. Apparently flung across the room by burglar as he tossed drawers in chest. Can't figure why the watche's storage bag was still in the drawer.
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    Stolen 992E

    The correct serial number appears to be 2582861. Thanks for the heads up.
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    Stolen 992E

    After closer examination of the photo I believe the correct serial number is 2582861.
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    Stolen 992E

    Got serial number from digital photo. Next to last character doesn't look like any number. Straight left side with long legs top and bottom and short leg on middle. Burglars left papers all over so haven't found written record yet. I'll take another look at blurry when enlarged picture later...
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    Stolen 992E

    Thanks Lloyd. I didn't know how to find that forum.
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    Stolen 992E

    Stolen 8/15/18 in fairfield, AL Hamilton 992E ser. no. 25828E1 with Montgomery dial in a model #16 case (I think). Taken in home burglary along with 2 Ladies Seiko mechanical wristwatches an 2 Bulova Accutron quartz SMQ mens wristwatchs.
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    Stolen 992E

    Stolen 8/15/18 in fairfield, AL Hamilton 992E ser. no. 25828E1 with Montgomery dial in a model #16 case (I think). Taken in home burglary along with 2 Ladies Seiko mechanical wristwatches an 2 Bulova Accutron quartz SMQ mens wristwatchs.
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    How do you tell if a watch is a fake copy?

    If a Fake is not real and a Copy is not real then wouldn't a Fake Copy be real ? :)

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