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Good Catch..Sorry I am working on the 7s26C The title was a typo, a result of short fat fingers. I have to watch that I'll be causing more confusion than anything.
I also used the guide from N Hacko, Very informative. The man did a GREAT job documenting the process.
You the Man... Thanks .. I ripped down and rebuilt the watch 3 times.. Of course I could not completely check my work without that part. I am excited to see how I did. Hardest part was getting the roller jewel in place.. But I am getting better(quicker) at it ... Have you been doing this long?
Any suggestions as to what I should try next?
I'm thinking about perhaps buying a broken day date watch and trying to trouble shoot and repair it.
I have had time to study this watch and I am utterly convinced that the case for this one is not Rolex, its a silver case imported into London 1928 and has a George Dimier sponsors mark, I can not find refrence to George Dimier having supplied cases to Rolex, the RWC ltd stamp should be a well defined oval shape this one is clearly not the rolex stamps look like a later edition to the case to me.
Again the movement is unrelated to the case but is a 15 jewel 10.5 Aegler Rebberg