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Yes, that is the book. Each watch repair book seems to cover certain aspects of watch repair that the others don’t. The one I like the best so far is the CSW but it took awhile to get my knowledge base up to a point where it began to make sense and sink in. Also, there were some wierd looking tools whose purpose was explained only in their course. The reason the point of smashing a jewel apart was pertinent to me was it written at a time when those were the only type of jewels that were put into watches. The concept of pressing in a jewel was not used at that time (1909).