This 1951 Bulova belonged to my grandfather. I believe it's an Academy Award going by the ads on pg. 9 on mybulova.com. It has a 10BM movement. It came in a shoebox full of small items he owned including 6 timexes and a Benson Electra. I'm trying to restore it to working condition. The dial looks pretty rough but the numbers are legible so I'm gonna worry about that last. The crystal and the hour hand are missing. I just ordered a crystal. When I got the watch I tried to wind it but the stem was stuck and the crown broke off. The crown was barely attached anyway due to corrosion. The stem is rusty but the other internal parts look clean. I used my scanner on 600 dpi to get that image of the movement. See the rust? there doesn't seem to be any rust on the pinion.I feel like if I can replace the stem it might work again but I don't know how to get it out. I know many watches have a screw that can be partially unscrewed and others have a button. I don't think there is a button on this one and I don't know which - if any - screw to loosen. Does anyone know how to do this?