Well, Eeeb pointed me in the direction of Genna the Russian Watchmaker who, being in Hilliard, is ten miles (as the moose flies) from where I live. I took a '60s Waltham and a '30s Elgin to him for repair and as one might expect, he asked if I was interested in vintage watches. I said "Yup" and he said he bought watchmakers' estates on the side... and then proceeded to start pulling watches out of drawers. I damn near started crying. Here's what I ended up walking away with: A Longines hand winder with a calibre 12L movement. The serial number dates it to 1943. Everything is original except the crown (which is close to being of the correct size and design of the original). Genna said it had sat in a watchmakers drawer for close to 70 years, and I believe him. The case may or may not have been polished, but it is completely unmarked. The dial is just starting to show patina. It's been deadly accurate for the four days I've had it. I told Genna to have his vintages ready for me when the Waltham and Elgin were ready, because I was gonna be ready to deal.