From Maryland USA, I began tinkering with pocket watch repair a few years ago and then...drones got in the way. The watch 'itch' has returned and I've got to scratch it with a project I have in mind. I'm glad I found this forum cause I've got a few questions.... See ya' soon!
you can buy a a parts case and pull the stem and sleeve from that one. just make sure the size and manufacturer are the same. if you plan on making a stem you will have to machine so its works with a sleeve if not the stem will just fall out. there are plenty of parts watches and cases on ebay. finding a stem and sleeve on their own is dam near impossible
Thanks- I'm sure one will show up in time. ;o)
Yes, the movements are in-house column wheel chronographs; you might know I'm trying to work my way through all of the manual chronographs of the golden age! They're quite nice though- they do look better in person but feel better than any other watch I've had thus far. Movado made some keepers back in the day.