So I was browsing the bay and this vintage Angelus Chronodato leapt out at me. For a watch dating to the 1940s, it seems to be in remarkably good condition.
There are a couple of spots on the dial. I can't stand imperfections, even if the subject in question is a watch two times older than myself, so I was just wondering whether a watchmaker could remove those specks? I know the hands can be re-plated and the case polished to make the case and hands look almost brand new. But I understand restoring the dial is a trickier affair. And obviously the watch, being a vintage piece, is unlikely to have a new dial available for replacement.
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