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The case it is in is much later than the movement, suggesting it has been recased
Those links also gave a warning of corruption of my computer and directed me to a pay repair site.
I ignored the warning that my computer would...
Years ago, I was dissolving a screw in an AWC model 77. Didn't realize that the banking pins were steel. Yes, they were gone with the remnants...
There are three levels of train used at that time
Quick train -18
To my knowledge, Elgin didn't make a slow...
I have a number of home made glass back silveroid cases. My solution is to find a spare bezel with a matching thread pattern. With the alloy...
Hi Jim, I had one of those years, but mine did not have the Wash Watch co dial. Yes that seconds is an easy fix.
It has been a while since I've torn down an Elgin 18S model 8. Is the crown wheel screw a reverse thread?
Columbus dial foot pattern is 18.0-38.0-54,2
I have one of these. It’s an earlier sn. 3921151. Mine is an AT&Co, HC, LS
Robert you are correct. I got confused. I believe the Ladd had bought rights on the patent. Therefore all gf cases
GW Ladd was the inventor of the gold filled process. To my knowledge Ladd only made gold filled cases. On some of them you will see 14k on the...
My maternal grandfather worked as a freight conductor for the Cambria and Indiana RR. The C & I was a coal hauling shortline in Western...
These were authentic U.S. Army issue from late 60’s till around the 80’s. These appear to have replaced the 7j Benrus in the plastic cases. I...
Could that be a counter for homing pigeons competitions. I have seen counters made out of NY Std's.
Columbus Watch Co also got caught up in the watch trust patent thing. They had to discontinue use of pendant setting,
Prices, in general, have dropped during the last several years.
If you look diligently and gain the knowledge as to what is good, you can find a...
Rick, The block letter dial is correct for this watch. That is a hand painted dial. Take a very close look at the numbers in the seconds register....
Even better than that. The model 92 was modified by Waltham during it approx. 25 year lifetime. So many model 92 parts will not interchange....
Looks like to me that the seconds bit just needs to be glued back in.
I don’t see anything special