My dad-in-law (Mike) and I were talking about my watch tinkering and long story short, he presented me with these as projects. I thought some folks might like to see these. Also I need help :)
The LeCoultre was Mike's dad's watch, worn a lot. Unfortunately the crystal is cracked. I have searched for awhile to identify the model but to no avail so far. I am hoping GS (or someone) made a crystal for these.
Can anyone recommend good sources for identifying this watch so I can begin my crystal quest?
Or can anyone identify it or date it, for that matter?
Here is the movement:
The Hamilton Masterpiece was a retirement gift for Mike's dad in 1966 and is inscribed on the back. It was worn for many years also as evidenced by the case and crystal :)
As you can imagine I am pretty blown away to have these priceless family treasures and will cherish them and pass them down.
I will be getting the Hamilton serviced professionally, once I find a correct crown for it. Fortunately, the watch eagerly starts running with the slightest movement.
Mike owned and wore the Lucerne. I have been wanting one of those for awhile (why you ask? Why not, I say) :)
Thanks in advance.
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