Mainspring needed

Discussion in 'American Pocket Watches' started by Stann, Oct 11, 2002.

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  1. Stann

    Stann Guest

    I've tried LaRose but they don't have any. In need of two mainsprings for a Elgin 37S (8 day Car clock), or if you have very large pockets, it guess you could call it a "pocket watch"
     
  2. Stann

    Stann Guest

    I've tried LaRose but they don't have any. In need of two mainsprings for a Elgin 37S (8 day Car clock), or if you have very large pockets, it guess you could call it a "pocket watch"
     
  3. mikeh

    mikeh Registered User

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    Stann,

    Try these folks and let us know how it goes!

    Eckcells
    800-435-4354

    (Thanks again Julian)

    Regards,
    Mike
     
  4. Julian Smith

    Julian Smith Registered User

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    If you can't find these at the suppliers,I have 2 new old stock steel springs.I don't know if they were ever made in alloy.
    Try Griffin Watch Co.
    603-641-9225
    Tues,Wed.Thurs 10 to 4 only

    J Smith
     
  5. Stann

    Stann Guest

    Mike and Julian,
    Thanks for the info.
    I don't care if they are the alloy type, as one spring is shattered and the other is fairly weak , so any mainsprings that are for this watch would be better than what's there already.

    Stan
     

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