Hello. Attached are pictures of what came in today, a Tacy Admiral 16s ish size but I suppose Swiss sizes are different. I got it to have a case to learn on. The pictures are the condition of the watch as-received and then a first pass at cleaning the case. The movement actually runs, but is a bit fast at a couple minutes per hour. The hairspring doesn't look right to me. I was expecting a blue spring, but then again the balance isn't split. There is no over-coil and the regulator pin is resting against a coil, which could make it run fast. The balance only swings about 60 degrees end to end, which might also contribute to faster running. It winds and sets well, but there aren't enough jewels. The dial has hairline cracks but overall it looks pretty good to me. It looks like the soft solder is just to hold the plastic crystal in. I used a soldering iron to melt the solder and brushed all but a thin film off while it was still hot. I found a tip to use a mix of acetic acid (vinegar) and hydrogen peroxide to dissolve the solder which might have worked since the gold was holding up well, but the exposed brass was getting etched pretty quickly so I had to stop. I have heard that gold solder can be used to cover the brassy bits, but this is all very new to me. One nice thing though, the covers screw on and off well. I think I'll clean and oil the movement and go from there.