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  1. The American Vintage Watch Forum
    I just picked up a rather nice 1900s Elgin wrist watch with a 0s movement. It may be a pocket watch conversion, as I can't find any Os movements intended for wrist watches. It does have the crown at the 3 position. But the (quite common?) dial is covered in cracks. It seems to keep time fine...
  2. The General Discussion Forum
    i have have been searching high and low for a crown and stem replacement for my Seiko Divers 5H26-7A19 pepsi watch. Any ideas out there as to where i could find one? Jeweler said factory Seiko only and they would cost me $75 for the stem and $75 for the crown... for 1560 id get a new watch but...
  3. The Accutron-Bulova-Caravelle Forum
    I am having trouble getting the stem out to change the time and date on my husband's Bulova Precisionist I bought last year. I don't want to damage the watch. I took it to a jeweler once but don't want to have to do that all the time and I know there must be some great advice out there to...
  4. The Invicta Forum
    Hi, I am missing the crown and stem (screw-down) on my Invicta 9211. Probably my 11 yr old playing around. Is there an after-market replacement available for this. The $58 charged by Invicta is quite steep considering the value of the watch. Thanks in advance for your advice
  5. The American Vintage Watch Forum
    Hello. I have researched the internet and other websites but cannot find how to remove the stem from my New England "dollar" pocket watch. With my Westclox pocket watch, you pull up a pin to release the stem. I can't figure out how to accomplish this on the New England watch. I would appreciate...
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