In case you are considering this, I will just add my experience here, although I will stipulate in advance that this is just one anecdotal account from one person.Hi Tnep, I do wish you good luck! Sorry I didn't have any in my personal stock that fit your requirements.
Honestly, Gallet may have the dial, however they do not sell individual pieces. It would be an available option as part of an overall service. Here's the link, for your curiosity
Chronograph Repair - Gallet Watch Company
I think that's a reasonable alternative to consider and it certainly would not hurt the value of the watch in any way. While it will cost you extra in the long run if you do eventually find a dial, you can potentially enjoy the watch in the meantime. And also, although I don't want to be a pessimist, it's possible that you may never find an original dial. This model was not particularly common.After their dodgy phone communications and failure to call me back after multiple messages, I can see how that problem could be a possibility.
Let me ask you guys this: Say my search for an original dial takes years. Given that I want the watch to at least look better than it does, as the redial is poor, would it be a bad ideal to refinish a refinished dial? I am all for the sake of originality...but since it's already refinished, would it hurt to send it to someone who is actually quite good to re-refinish it? I've heard the Kirk Rich Dial Corporation is good at what they do...but expensive.
What are your thoughts?
Since this point was addressed much earlier in the thread, you may have missed it, but the dial has already been refinished, and the quality is rather poor. That was why I suggested that he will not be further diminishing the value of the watch by refinishing the dial a second time. In fact, a good redial will have a somewhat higher value than a poor redial.Normally I'd agree with BBD, but refinishing a dial will negatively affect the selling price.