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Finally got this one finished for a fellow member. It gave me a bit of trouble as the graph would waver up and down 7 seconds or so. After polishing the pinions on the train gears, escape wheel, pallet fork, etc. and swapping different parts I have numbers I'm happy with.
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well done as usual. A+
 

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So here she is back on the wrist sporting her original B263 bracelet.

This restored BellMatic is about close to brand new as you can get.

You've seen the Timegrapher little to no positional variance I couldn't have asked for anything more.

Amazing work Jerry - Thank You !!!
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So here she is back on the wrist sporting her original B263 bracelet.

This restored BellMatic is about close to brand new as you can get.

You've seen the Timegrapher little to no positional variance I couldn't have asked for anything more.

Amazing work Jerry - Thank You !!!
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You're welcome Jon, thank you, and others for the kind words. It's a nice watch for any collection.
 

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It looks superb. Love the blue dial.


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Superb job Jerry
Hi jerry, i am relatively new to the forum i have a 6106-6439 that requires attention, mainly a service , but id also like a new crystal. would you be interested in the job, as i have done little jobs but this one is to good to mess up
 

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Hi jerry, i am relatively new to the forum i have a 6106-6439 that requires attention, mainly a service , but id also like a new crystal. would you be interested in the job, as i have done little jobs but this one is to good to mess up
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