Expert Antique Pocket Watch Repair
Vintage Rockford Repair Sign
Pocket Watch Site offers expert
pocket watch repair, including pocket watch cleaning and oiling,
main spring, balance staff, and crystal replacement.
We specialize in Railroad Watches
and Key Winds, from such companies as Hamilton, Elgin (National),
Howard, Rockford, (Dueber) Hampden, Illinois, Ball, South Bend,
American Watch Company, (American) Waltham Watch Company.
We also service less common watches
such as Columbus, United States Watch Co (Marion), U. S. Watch
Co (of Waltham), Newark, Cornell, Aurora, Melrose, Tremont, Lancaster,
Keystone, Peoria, Fredonia, Independent, Philadelphia, and New
York Watch companies.
We have a large stock of pocket
watch parts on hand to remedy many pocket watch repairs, without
having to wait for parts.
Our Pocket Watch repair rates
start at only $195 for a *COMPLETE service, including
cleaning, oiling, adjusting and timing your antique pocket watch!
Our complete pocket watch cleaning
and oiling includes:
Visual inspection of watch components including pivots, pinions,
and jewels under magnification;
Cleaning with proper solutions including ultrasonic bathing;
Lubricate necessary parts with proper, long lasting, synthetic
Regulate timing using our state of the art MicroSet Watch Timer;
And a general polish up of the watch.
The main spring is the power
source of a mechanical pocket watch. This spring should be replaced
at regular intervals, and runs an additional $35 with the
* (Repairing or replacing
additional parts are not included with this service and must be
If you would like to inquire about having
your antique pocket watch repaired, please contact
If you decide to send your pocket
watch for repair, Priority Mail, Insurance, and Delivery Confirmation
Note:Please do NOT
ship watch boxes, chains, and fobs with the watch repairs! Thank
Photos of a Waltham
1857 model Keywind, SN 989,128 recently serviced by Pocket Watch
Site. According to the Waltham handwritten records, this 15 jewel
movement was produced between June and September of 1877.
(Note: Pallet Fork, Dust Ring and Dial Pins
Train assembled, new steel Main Spring installed, Barrel
about to be installed
Main Spring Barrel and Bridge Installed
Canon Pinion and Ratchet Wheel installed
Bridge, Hour and Minute Wheels installed
Balance Wheel, Balance Cock Installed and Running
Close up of Dial Pin
Dial and Hands installed
Movement installed in polished nickel case
Pocket Watch Site
also buys American pocket watches, parts and material. If
you would like to sell all or part of your collection, please
Sorry, we do not
work on wrist watches!
If you need your
wrist watch serviced, we recommend "The
Village Watchmaker" in Los Gatos, California. Ask for Sean and let him
know Pocket Watch Site sent you!
Visit our Antique
Pocket Watch Frequently Asked Questions page!
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Early American Watch Club
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