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    Paul Sullivan

    Re: Hamilton 952 (#1625742)

    I got the 1929 "sold" from the the Hamilton Grade Catalog at the NAWCC research site. I went back and checked Halligan's list and it showed

    Paul Sullivan Today, 10:31 PM Go to last post
    John Pavlik

    Re: L.S. Audemars Repeater

    An interesting feature, the hairspring stud is one I can't seem to find on any of the phots of Audemars watches in the Audemars His Life and Work, Book..

    John Pavlik Today, 10:31 PM Go to last post
    28A

    Robert Roskell Pocket Watch Identification.

    Hi fellas,

    Recently my old man decided to have a new glass put onto a pocket watch my mum inherited from her old man before he died about

    28A Today, 10:26 PM Go to last post
    StanJS

    Re: Bunch Of Watches

    I was glad to get the Hamilton 940. I didn't have one of those. The Elgin 386 might make a good carry watch. I wonder if I can fix that buggered case.

    StanJS Today, 10:22 PM Go to last post
    gregoryjohn

    Re: Kienzle Hammer Issue

    Your hammers are too close to the chime rods. Bend the hammer lift wires just a bit so the hammers are about 3mm from the rod when at rest. When they're

    gregoryjohn Today, 10:16 PM Go to last post
    eskmill

    Re: Czech Quail Cuckoo

    sbasile writes in part: "One of the more interesting pieces is the dial, it has an IV instead of the usual IIII."

    Myself, being

    eskmill Today, 10:16 PM Go to last post
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