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Tynedale45

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  1. Hi Simon I did drop you a line from your website...did you get it? Cheers Simon
  2. Hi Simon I did drop you a line from your website...did you get it? Cheers Simon
  3. I've popped two photos of the watch on my website...here's the URL: http://www.m5poo.co.uk/roamer-rotodate/ I hope that works.
  4. Hello Simon I was given my late father's Roamer Rotodate watch, it has '44' in the face too (presumably the number of jewels) and Brevete and various patent numbers on the back. If I wear it, it seems to work OK except the winding stem and knob (crown, jewel etc) are missing. There is only a small round, hollow piece sticking out of the watch. Whilst my research suggests this is a rare model, I'd quite like to wear it. To do that, I'll need a winding stem and the 'knob' or whatever it's called. Is this something I can insert myself without dismantling the watch? ...if so, do you know where I can get what I need? I don't think the value of the watch justifies a professional job, unless said professional was doing it for himself. I'd be grateful for you help and advice please. Thanks, from another Simon in the UK.
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