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Antique watches come in all forms, pocket watches, wrist watches, pendant watches and more. I consider an antique any timepiece more than 50 years old. When you start getting watches that was made back in the 60's, you could have some problem finding parts for them, not to mention the risk in repairing these timepieces is high. I try to tell customers, your watch is like a human, the older we get, the more problems we have. Please note that Antique Pocket Watches are becoming harder and harder to obtain parts for. Let's face it, most of these watches have not been made in over 100 years. I do have resources for most parts but some are simply not available any longer. 

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