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  1. Thank you. I thought I went through all of the companies starting with C on the website. It has a bad balance in it so hopefully now I can go on the route of finding another.
  2. I'll go ahead and take entire photos of the movement and dial, I just figured someone might recognize that fancy script logo on the dial. Thank you guys for the info so far.
  3. I did find that, but I couldn't find anything about them making actual movements anywhere, only cases.
  4. I've been trying for a couple hours trying to figure out the manufacturer of this movement. On the back it looks like C. W. MFG CO. On the dial perhaps its C C V? Any help would be greatly appreciated. It is is a silver Blauer hunting case.
  5. I acquired this watch not running with the stem not doing anything. I called around locally and only one person would service it for $475 dollars. I've always been afraid of working on a chronograph but after that price I decided to give it a go. Some of the keyless was rusted and I ended up breaking the setting lever removing the stem. I ordered a new one and got to work and I'm happy with the results. I also changed out the crystal.
  6. Well, finally got the chrono wheel off which allowed me to get the plate off. Thanks for the help.
  7. I've worked on watches where I couldn't get the stem removed before, so I just took them apart in the case till I could remove the stem. That was my thinking when I started working on this watch but it's not working out. I've put a drop of lighter fluid on the push release for the stem trying to help but no luck. Any ideas on getting this stem out? I can't even get it to pull out to set the time.
  8. Yep, that one. And thank you.
  9. I own a little coin shop. One of my regulars knows I enjoy watches, especially seiko automatics. He finally brought in his watch that he bought new in 1977 (watch is dated early 1977) while he was in the coast guard. Moisture somehow got in the first year he owned it. He took it somewhere to fix the issue and he never wore it again. I think that's possibly why the lume is not great. When I got it, it was not running. He was about to throw it away but when he bought it he had a custom band made for it and he couldn't get it off. The inside of the case back has one marking on it from
  10. I picked up this 6309 with the crystal so destroyed I didn't even know what color the dial was. It cleaned up ok and now actually runs.
  11. And I now know why the stem didn't do anything in the Bulova.
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