My Dad just passed down to me his grandfather's 1907 Elgin pocket watch. I never knew he even had such a thing so who knows how long it has sat tucked away unused. Is there a watch equivalent of a tune up? It runs when wound four or five times but I don't know what's a safe number of times to turn it so I haven't really tested it out. I don't want to sell it but just want to know how to take care of it until time to give it to my own child some day. I've never had anything but newfangled battery powered watches until now.
Here is what it looks like: