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I tried to advise a gent in the European section about putting a
movement in a glass back since it was over sized. It's one of those
Captains watches with two trains. He stated he did not want his
movement to be an orphan in a storage box.

Now that was a bit funny, but it demonstrates the thinking about glass
backs and their purpose. Keith

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