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Watch crown I have a vintage Louis watch , the crown has fallen off and lost. How do I replace it myself ? I see the stem with threads but , are there certain sizes and if found do I just screw it on?

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Nice noon ! can you replace the crown but need of exact size of crown that the tread are same of old crown! thank you ! god bless !...

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