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    In December 2016 I completed a project that had unwittingly begun many years earlier with the acquisition of an 18k watch case seeking a movement...

    The result was the watch pictured--the marriage of a loose Britix chronometer movement and dial with a gold Universal Genève case. It is described here, with plenty of photos. I invite you to peruse...it's a proud accomplishment.

    I ended up selling it to a fellow who bought it to wear for his wedding--we were both pretty psyched at that prospect. I'll have to check in with him to see how things are going and share this article with him.

    The watch:


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    Last edited by Watch Carefully; 02-11-2020, 04:55 PM.

  • #2
    Interesting article and great save on both counts, thanks for sharing.

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    • #3
      Thanks, Tim. I just found several more watches with the same case reference on-line. Here's what the model originally looked like.
      I think I prefer the one I built.


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      Last edited by Watch Carefully; 02-12-2020, 11:19 AM.

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      • #4
        Great article - I've never heard of female spring bars. I prefer yours too - love that dial as is. I love many of these vintage dress watches, but just wish they were a bit larger as anything smaller than 36mm doesn't feel right to me. Such a cool story on where it ended up too. Thanks!

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