Hi there, I want to individually mention James Hyman's work here, because he just helped me very much. James has been a matter of several threads here, but I think that my project was something special. I had a 2915 dial for years, having been 'relumed' in a way that I can only call awful. It was the worst 'relume' I'd ever seen and the 'relume' thing applied was like 20 year old Pattex, that could not be removed from the indices. Otherwise, this dial was simply beautiful... I thought about what to do with this problem project for years. And while thinking about it, always decided to do nothing, because to me the risk of making it worse seemed too high. Then, a couple of weeks ago, I thought to myself, that I should have a try on restoring it. Finally, after having corresponded with him, I sent this dial to James Hyman. Here are the steps of restoration in pictures: This is how it looked like in the beginning: James took off the 'Pattex' and then the dial didn't look better: Only shadows left of what was there, originally. Well, but at least this 'Pattex' had gone forever. James and I discussed the further procedure and decided to have the vanished index colour replaced by some lume, which would bring in the missing thickness and contours of the indices. So this was the second step of restoration, being shown here: Well, here is what turned out to be the final result, after only a couple of days, the lume not cured... Waiting for final pics to post them here: What do you think about James' work?