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Well never have I been so glad to find a broken watch in a draw, and it was a half decent watch.
It was one that I had been using as a donor, so basically everything thing that was of any use had been removed.
So click spring, rotor assembly, balance cock and wheel, winding wheel, screws, stem and crown, and to make matters worse when I took the cannon pinion off I broke the centre seconds wheel pivot when I was removing the cannon pinion.
So the case isn't perfect but. It now runs and keeps time, so I'm happy that I found something to do. 
OK the strap probably isn't the best choice, but it will do. 



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