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Hi I am new to this site my name is paul

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Hi I have been collecting watches for a long time and know quite abit about watches but I do not repair them now my hands shake to much so I do seek information on my recent finds if the information is not there to find.to get the proper parts to have them repaired.Thank you.My current finds are as follow 1942 Eterna Pilot,1962 Eternamatic black arrow dial ,1954 bulova phantom,1962 seiko 5 sportsman,1897 Waltham 14 k 16s pocket watch 1965 omega dynamic.I use to have much more but had to sell them for medical reasons but I love what I have and love the hunt..Glad to be here

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