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Hi everyone

I'm setting out on my watchmaking journey having been an avid watch collector for some years.  My grandfather was a part time watchmaker in Liverpool so I grew up around movements and built a basic knowledge into my teens.  I'm now looking to retire early after a career in financial services and an keen to keep myself busy doing something I really enjoy.

I'm loving the sense of satisfaction from getting a basket case back up and running and have recently managed to rescue a couple of Omegas (601 calibres), a very poorly Polerouter and a lovely Smiths Everest.

I've come to this forum to get some ideas, especially around dial work and the black magic involved in dial restoration without destruction!

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