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Not wishing to damp your enthusiasm, but I think you should check out the movement side first, and see if it at least charges (or produces a voltage) under light.
I only say this because crystals are cheap and available, but some movements and parts can be expensive and not so easy to source.
The crystal is probably going to have to be taken out and measured accurately, then you can source another with the correct size and edge profile.
The Citizen part numbers don't work like Seiko's AFAIK.
Good luck and please post some pics :)
 
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