Watch Identification and Repair Referral Help

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    Watch Identification and Repair Referral Help

    Hi guys. I'm relatively new to all of this. So, hopefully, a few of you kind folks can help me out.

    I just got this (antique?) Seiko automatic watch from my mom, and I know hardly anything about it. All I know is that the date wheel is possibly broken (because I've moved the crown every-which way and both positions, and it has yet to move the date wheel) and that the watch works. I've posted a couple photos below for some reference.

    What I want to do is fix the date wheel, replace the crystal with a sapphire crystal, and just have the watch polished to look like new. If you guys could kindly give me some info on where I can take my watch to get this done, I would greatly appreciate it.




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    Re: Watch Identification and Repair Referral Help

    Visit a watchmaker, service and repair might run 200 to 300 USD.

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