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Replacement Pusher is Fitted to Case

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The replacement pusher has been cut and filed carefully to fit the case.  This watch is a Sprint chronograph from the 1940's. The movement is a Venus 170 and the watch was received with about half the pieces missing. It's been coming together for a year now.

The pusher button was cut from a thick brass washer with a jeweler's saw. Lots of filing and careful measurements followed resulting in a button that's a good fit to the case. Eventually the button will be sent with the case for replating.

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Taken with Canon Canon EOS 20D

  • 52 mm
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  • f f/8.0
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