Pocket watch movement size question?

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    Pocket watch movement size question?

    If a size 10 watch has 1.5" casing diameter, what would be the diameter of the movement inside usually? I am attempting to fit a pocket watch movement into a 45mm case. :thanks
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    Re: Pocket watch movement size question?

    Here ya go:
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    Re: Pocket watch movement size question?

    Quote Originally Posted by Noisy Nova View Post
    Here ya go:
    thanks for the pdf file. but, the info is the sizing of the casing and not the movement. would you happen to have the movement size info as well? thanks again.
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    Re: Pocket watch movement size question?

    That is the movement size on the dial plate side. There is a 5/30 inch flange on the dial side so the diameter of the movement without the"fall" or flange is 1 10/30".

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    Re: Pocket watch movement size question?

    thanks. that helps with my measurments.
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