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Stu

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  1. im so glad i came to this site. Everyone has been incredibly helpful. Thank you!
  2. This is fantastic. I was just looking at the watch interior tonight, thinking i might be able to do something so this is very helpful. Thanks
  3. Im new to watches and REally new to vintage watches but i picked up a 1977 Marlin for 10 bucks and it has a gorgeous dial so id like to get it fixed. I popped the back off and the movement isnt screwed in, its riveted in, so i dont know if even a watchmaker can fix it, nevermind for a reasonable price. The second hand doesnt move even when i shake it so it needs work. Id spend about 100 to get it fixed if its possible? Am i wasting my time trying to fix it?
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