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IHC Member 1610
Picture of Harry J. Hyaduck Sr.
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Alright ran into a brick wall on the Hamilton 927 for now.

I'm taking my 925 out of it's open face case and I am putting it into a hunter case. It has a reproduction dial and the movement is a 1907 s/n 659095.

My question is the engraving on the rear of the movement is the same nickle color as the nickle movement. Should it be that way or has the coloring worn off?

My 924's have black engraving and my 926 and 927 has gold or copper engraving. If it is suppose to be black I can try to use a permanent marker but I do not wish to do that if it is suppose to be the same color as the back of the movement.

Thanks
 
Posts: 3849 | Location: Georgia in the USA | Registered: September 22, 2011
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Picture of Edward L. Parsons, Jr.
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Harry,

Pocket watch questions such as this belong in the pocket watch discussion forum, not the photo gallery, so I'm moving it there.

I'll also create a shortcut from where it was originally posted.


Best Regards,

Ed
 
Posts: 6696 | Location: Southwestern Pennsylvania, USA | Registered: April 19, 2004
IHC Member 1610
Picture of Harry J. Hyaduck Sr.
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Thank you Ed. No wonder I could not find it after I posted it. Just a blunder on my part.Thanks
 
Posts: 3849 | Location: Georgia in the USA | Registered: September 22, 2011
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