This small centenary pocket watch of my collection came to me without a crown as you can see.
This is a pity, since the mainspring and balance test as working and everything else seems to be in good condition.
The stem sits correctly inside the sleeve and can be adjusted to two positions (winding/time setting).
I have taken some measurements in case any one has a spare crown of the correct size:
Crown (base): 4.6 mm.
Sleeve (outer diameter): 3.36 mm.
Stem (length): 9.44 mm.
Thread (length): 1.72 mm.
Thread (width): 1.14 mm.
Square end: 0.99 mm.
This grandpa-watch really misses its old ticking days!
Please have a look in your spares. Thank you in advance!
I seem to have developed an affinity for pocket watches and I found this video by Fran Blanche, she has some really interesting electronics tear downs and articles, if you're into that sort of thing, and now I find she's into pocket watches.
I think its the embellishment on the insides of the pocket watch that catch my eye.
Nothing in depth, beginners level, which is probably why I like it.