I'm very new to the world of clock & pocket watch collecting/repair and would like to know what I'm seeing here by the lever. It's from an 1891 Elgin pocket watch. Enclosed is a photo with the part in question circled. Does it look like all the parts in this area are present? If so, what...
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I found this old Westclox dollar pocket watch today at my friends house. It winds up and runs great, the only problem I'm having is setting the time on the watch itself. Its a hunter's style case so the setting lever is on the outside of the bezel, its just that no matter what I do I can't get...