Non-local repair service---Who to use?

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    Non-local repair service---Who to use?

    I live in a relatively small city and have yet to be able to locate a local watch repair shop. I have a vintage Waltham pocket watch that runs and looks great that was my daily carry watch until I negligently cracked the crystal the other day. Who do you suggest for a non-local repair shop? I've found a couple of places online, but I don't want to send my watch to some schmo and waste my time and money, and possibly lose my watch. I really want to be able to carry my watch again. Any help is appreciated!!

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    Re: Non-local repair service---Who to use?

    I'm not that keen on them, but you could call Stoll & Co., in Dayton, Ohio.

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    Re: Non-local repair service---Who to use?

    RGM comes to my mind.
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