First the Mustang Sheesh - worst bodge job ever, now with a happy ending. A bodged Waltham 1883 Appleton Tracy, don't forget the Olma calendar with Glitter dial, and now this quality soldering job
Now, no claiming responsibility for THIS one Marrick - you confessed in the watchmaker's forum to having no heat source
Thankfully it was SOFT lead solder, so OK to remove - although time consuming.
Now to replace the missing fixed bar.
I described this sort of collecting as perverse in some other thread - sums me up in a nutshell.
It is a pre 1938 big 37-38mm diameter watch, MST 364 11.5''' movement (look at where the sub dial is, even for this largish WW movement), with a nice shadow numeral dial - quite worth my effort to save.
Oh yeah, this was the £3.70 win on ebay I mentioned earlier - so even as parts it was worth it. Always nice when a parts watch turns out worth saving, certainly better than the other way around
*EDIT* one more photo