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The best writing I've come across on repeaters is by Richard Watkins in Australia, who publishes his work online without charge. 'A Guide to Complicated Watches' by François Lecoultre is also worth reading if you can find a copy. Watkins has used several of his illustrations in 'The Repeater', (along with some corrections!). 'The Chronograph' by B. Humbert is good on all aspects of that species.Are there any good books that detail complication design and construction?
Have a look on bookfinder, you should find both books there. Watkins is by far the most understandable and comprehensive book on repeaters.I have heard others reference the Lecoultre book but it does seem to be a rare find. I will find Humbert's book as well.