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You can get replacement dials.

I’d try cleaning it first though. White vinegar and a toothbrush should get rid of rust, but I’m not sure how it will react with the dial, I’ve never done it to a watch before.

Yeah it’s a friend of mines watch and isn’t really worth anything so wanted to try and stay away from replacing the dial. I’ve got movements for it in the shop already so don’t need to order any parts for it

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