Restoration of an antique pre-WW2 pocket watch - 100 year old Cyma 777 - german empire sil…

Restoration of an antique pre-WW2 pocket watch - 100 year old Cyma 777 - german empire silver case
Red Dead Restoration

This time I'm restoring a Cyma pocket watch. It's from the pre-world-war 2 period and about 100 years old.
It's powered by the Cyma 777 caliber a hand-wind movement with 15 rubis and it beats at 18000 bph.

That pocket watch is in a bad condition: The silver-case has tarnished over decades, the glass is broken and the movement isn't running at all. There is some corrosion on the dial and the hands are dirty and bent.
Unfortunately watches from that age doesn't have a shock-protection so the balance staff is broken. It was hard to find a new replacement-balance but I was lucky.

I'm cleaning the case by an electrochemical reaction with aluminium and soda-water and polish it afterwards. The glass will be replaced (or maybe I just turned back the time by 100 years?)

After everything is cleaned and polished, I can re-assemble the movement with some fresh oil. After some fine-tuning, this watch is in a fantastic beat (+4 seconds per day) again.

I've added some (super-)slow-motion and macro-scenes - let me know in the comments what you think about it.

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Music:
Intro: "19th Floor" by Bobby Richards
Music on "park-your-car-scene": "The joint is Jumpin" by Joel Cummins
Outro: "Orient" by SefChol

Video-Credits:
"Park your car" by Alfred J. Goulding 1920 Rollin Film (United States)

https://youtu.be/EE4E6eUulhw

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