Hello, I'm new here so a Lil bit about me. I have always loves watches and been fascinated by them. I recently got into watch collecting and have come across some very nice deals in the short few months I have been collecting. I come here today to ask for clarification on this tank watch I...
I recently inherited a watch. It’s inscribed on the back to a relative. Was a gift for working 25 years with NY Telephone and the date reads 1971.
The only other inscription is 14K Gold and the band is labeled “Rolled Hold G.B1 FIXO-FLEX”
My questions are what model is this...
Working: Runs beautifully!!
COMES WITH 1-YEAR WARRANTY! (9/15/18)
Chronograph resets perfectly to zero!
Date setters work perfectly!
Movement: Mechanical Hand-Winding SWISS Movement 72C
ALL ORIGINAL Column Wheel Chronograph Movement!
17 Jewel Valjoux 72 c Movement
ORIGINAL IMPORT CODE...
FS: Vintage Concord 14K Gold Dress Watch
Rectangular case made from solid 14K gold. Champagne dial. Swiss made quartz movement ETA 279.001. Black alligator strap. Measures 39mm x 20mm and only 6mm thick. No box, no papers. Very good condition. Ships worldwide, PayPal ok. Perfect for a man or...
I came across this Hamilton passed down from a dear friend who passed away along with some other watches and jewelry. I would like to know the value and if it is authentic. I do see a 14k stamp, the crown feels solid and the watch does have weight to it. The watch does not work but if there is...
I just inherited a Gruen Precision wrist watch that I have no idea how to identify. I've scoured the web looking for info but so far wound up empty. I have taken it apart and as best I can tell the movement has a number 580276 on it. It's kind of tough to read though. I did make out the 17 jewel...
I'm having trouble placing this timepiece (and in so, estimating its worth). Its in brilliant condition and if were only a bit larger, would have stayed in my collection. Instead, it seems destined for Ebay. Any inputs welcome!
Thought this was traded last week but still available so relisting
12M bumper 17j cal. 342 from 1950 is clean and going strong however service history unknown
Dial is clean and original, I have dozens of sales references available just search my screen name here
Asking $610 incl. PP and...
I had no idea this was a rare watch untill a few of the bidders told me. I would assume a collectors piece.
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I have a Hamilton 912 pocket watch in a solid 14k gold Keystone case.
I am trying to figure out how much the case weighs but I am not real experienced with pocket watches and I am afraid that if I try to remove the movement to weight the case that I may damage the movement.
The watch is running...
This model is from the Omega Seamaster collection and dates back to 1960's. It is constructed in 14 karat yellow gold. The automatic movement is made in stainless steel and rose gold plate and the 14k case back features the trademark Omega sea dragon. Although is is called a Seamaster there is...
Hello everyone, I have for sale a pretty cool timepiece here that belonged to my father.
I have been doing my best to research this timepiece so that I could sell it as smoothly and accurately as possible.
I recognize that this timepiece may not draw too much attention on these forums but it...
Hello all. I found this watch in cleaning out some of my grandfather's old stuff. From the research I've been able to do, I've determined that:
It is from about 1956. (serial number 100001384)
It is 14k solid gold.
It keeps good time (only had it wound for a day or two).
The band is a...
Up for your consideration is probably the prettiest of my small Omega collection. Please forgive the bad photography.
Up for sale is a omega dress watch,with a hand wind cal 520 movement. The inscription and serial number date it to early 1960. As the pictures show, the condition is very...
I'm very new to this forum and also fairly new to watch collecting. I recently purchased a gorgeous ladies Nivada watch that I believe to be from the 50's possibly. It is a wind-up, and from what I understand and have been told these should only have to be wound up approximately every 3...