My Tudor Sub 75190 stopped working correctly - it is not winding automatically and while winding it by hand, I feel a distinct slipping of gears. So I sent it to an independent watchmaker for repair/service. The guy took it apart, and noted that a hole in a train wheel bridge for the winding wheel is worn, and that causes a ratchet wheel and intermediate winding wheel to grind each other. He said that a train wheel bridge needs to be replaced. He has a generic 2824-2 movement part in stock, but Tudor bridge had a "snailed" finish on the outside edge (small circles), while a generic bridge does not.
Question 1 is, where can I find a train wheel bridge with a matching finish?
Question 2 is, if I install a generic bridge, how would that affect the value of the watch?
Hope the experts here can help.