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This is from a oysterdate.

I want one of you guys to help me id what movement this is.

Does this movement look original or franken ?

I plan of purchasing this..If something looks odd to someone else I want to know now or rather than wait and let my watchmaker find it. Which will take at least 5-7 days from now.
 

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Thanks roland,

I cant believe i overlook that. I hope this is an easy part to replace and doesnt have any mechanical issue. I did this deal mostly on buying the seller first then the watch. I hope I not in for a ton of pain.
 

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Hi Xspect,

it is actually no "screw" but only called so as it looks alike. It is a part with
a screw head, and a notch to move the teeth of the regulator, simply friction
fit in the hole on the balance cock.

But you're right, it is not actually necessary - just an assistance for regulation.

Regards, Roland Ranfft
 
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