Shoot me a PM with your address and I will send you a spring,
PM sent and thank you. Watch arrived and far better than excepted.
The letter with a new spring is on its way to Oregon,
originally there was a metal one, chrome plated and polished. On your crown the chrome is gone.
Later there have been crowns of stainless steel too.
I wanted to say that I had the watch repaired and serviced. I decided to leave the original bracelet and worn crown on it as it is vintage, not new. Any idea what value would be for something like this?
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