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  1. Thanks for the replies and advice. In your opinion, is the dial repairable, without a complete redial being necessary? Thanks
  2. Hello, I am new to the forum, and am looking forward to learning from the experiences and expertise held by everyone here, so thanks for having me! I have acquired a Rolex Oyster Speedking, circa 1964, that appears to run well. However, I have noticed that there is some wear to the edge of the dial between the 10 and 12 area. It looks to be dry, but wondered if it is a result of staining, moisture or oil from the movement? Also, would it be some that is likely to deteriorate? I have attempted to attach a photo, which is probably the best way to describe my question. Thanks again for your help. Ally
  3. Hi everyone, I’m a new member to the forum, and although I love watches, especially vintage, I have very limited knowledge in repairs or servicing. I would certainly benefit from gaining some experience from you all where possible, as I’m sure there is a wealth of experience in this forum. Looking forward to chatting and getting to know you all. All the best!
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