E.Howard series IV cir.1868-1883 Redone

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    E.Howard series IV cir.1868-1883 Redone





    I did a post on this before bad photo's I was new to posting this is a E.Howard series IV cir.1868-1883,18 size or N size as the Howard co. called it,15 jewel,nickel movement,stem wind and set.I recased this and what a match the case is almost mint .During hard time's most of the gold cases were sold for the gold so you have more movement's than one's with movement's and cases together.They look like they belong together.
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    Re: E.Howard series IV cir.1868-1883 Redone

    It turned out beautifully. Thanks for posting.

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    Very very nice. wear it in good health.
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    Re: E.Howard series IV cir.1868-1883 Redone

    Thanks Caliper 1681 The dial has a hairline that's the only flaw. I bought one on ebay to replace it but the seller did not tell me he broke one of the feet on the dial and glued it back it would not fit right so I sent it back and got my money back I might just live with it.The dial I guess dont look that bad.
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