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  1. Timex Marlin?? Year and name match Sent from my motorola one macro using Tapatalk
  2. I can't play the video without a giant pause button covering the main portion of it but it looks like a partially disassembled movement. It would be easier to identify with it assembled and a photo rather than a video. I have a Sicura jump hour that I have written down as a baumegartner 158317 movement
  3. Hamilton's were nice watches. Providing photos of the front, back, movement inside (if you can get inside easily without damaging anything) might trigger better responses.
  4. Rotor mechanism requires screws to hold it in place. If you don't believe me, add layers of paper between the rotor and the case back to "hold the rotor in place" and see how much it rotates to wind the watch.
  5. A guy I knew called the "Jesus clips" as in "Jesus! Where did it go?"
  6. I'm not able to find what that movement is, but there are a LOT of parts missing on that movement.
  7. I don't know if it's possible to order suitable parts without first identifying the movement Post photos and we might be able to help. If you're making one from scratch, you're above my abilities.
  8. I generally call them "beveled" glass. I've seen plenty of variations in patterns in both men's and ladies' watches. The small ladies watches sometimes have more than a few bevels around the centre flat section and almost look like a diamond
  9. Looks like a back wind ladies Longines in an 18K case You could probably narrow down the movement by searching for ladies sized Longines back wind movements .. there likely isn't many What other information were you hoping for?
  10. On a side-note, adding "with all due respect" to a comment meant as a put-down doesn't change the put-down. For example: I think you're an idiot to bastardize an IWC (with all due respect)
  11. Yep, ladies Men's rectangular watches go down to 25mm wide (some longer ones even go down to 20mm) but round ones usually only go down to low 30s
  12. It's collectible as it's one of the dirty dozen wwii military watches
  13. I think the pins you refer to are just normal, generic spring loaded pins of suitable length The Eterna and Longines bracelets look legit. I don't know anything about Rolex
  14. Ladies cocktail watch .. nothing really exceptional about it .. but it does have a 14k gold case
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