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oldhippy

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    Genealogy, History, Austria, Chess, Philately Queen Victoria and Austria. Music Pink Floyd,Captain Beefheart,Neil Young and many more. Favorite clock antique Longcase Clocks and antique French Carriage Clocks. Worse clock and watch anything with a battery.

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  1. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  2. I’m glad I’m old fashioned.
  3. It sort of reminds me of people pay good money for a pair of ripped jeans.
  4. Why would someone want a watch to look like that?
  5. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  6. Originally it would have been held in with shellac. You need to use a heat preventing compound, if you decide to solder using an iron. To much heat and the dial will crack.
  7. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  8. Thats better. You should be able to unscrew it with a screwdriver that is a good fit. Here is a photo of the sort of tool.
  9. Normally its a center fixing nut with two groves to fit a key and you undo it just like a nut, Could you post a close up photo as my eye sight is not good.
  10. Watch dials such as this type can be cleaned with a clean pencil rubber.
  11. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  12. Thank you for your introduction and welcome to this friendly forum.
  13. The top block will need to be filed out so the L shape is bigger.
  14. Here you are. You have three that will fit from my experience 27x5mm should be right, you will need to file it out a bit for it to fit, make sure it is free moving and so it doesn’t snag. Number 0299 000115 http://www.m-p.co.uk/muk/parts/suspensions.htm
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