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IHC Member 48
Picture of Keith Klimkowicz
Hi All
Just picked up a Hamilton 929 hunter. Serial number puts it into the second run of this model 27985. The movement needs a main spring to run. Does anyone have a schematic diagram that shows how to replace the spring. Any tricky things hiding under the barrel plate. Will need the proper main spring and a flat head (blue) plate screw.
Thanks in advance for any help with this.

I know the hunter case is not original, but it is nice. I do need help identifying the maker. Can’t post any pictures, but to start there is an American flag on top them America in a box and to finish is the serial number.

So is this a gold filled case.
Posts: 854 | Location: North Ridgeville, Ohio USA | Registered: November 19, 2002
IHC Member 1610
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The mainspring bridge and mainspring barrel are just like most Hamilton bridges and barrels. Nothing hiding under there to jump out at you. The mainspring is the Hamilton #15 mainspring. Very common mainspring.

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