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  1. Public Forum
    Hello, I recently acquired this AS ST 1950/51 movement. I am unsure of its origin or manufacture date, and if it is legitimate or not. It has 7 jewels. The text on the movement is as follows: "WALTHAMWATCHCo" "SEVEN" "7 JEWELS" Under the balance wheel: "AS ST 1950/51" "E4" I have attached...
  2. Waltham gold manual wind

    I'll update my watches information when I get time to open them back up.
  3. Waltham Auto-Cal Courier Y

    Waltham self-winding 17 jewel incabloc. 1974 indices still glow but only for a bit, no T inscribed on dial but still assuming Tritium loom. Automatic time setting quick date change FHF 905 movement Lug width is 17.5 mm ( pain to find bands that aren't leather ) Case is damaged on the...
  4. Watchmaking
    Hello watchmakers of watchuseek, I recently restored this ladies Waltham wristwatch but don't have enough knowledge to put a time period on its production. The movement inside is an ETA 6680 and I know the dial and hands contain tritium, but other than that I don't have any leads. Any help...
  5. Public Forum
    I found a new Waltham watch at an estate sale - looks like it was a gift that the recipient never wore. So far none of the jewelers I have taken it to can tell me anything about it. The numbers on the case are XAX 323 088 VD57. Any information on when it was made would be helpful.
  6. Watchmaking
    Hello all, Long time lurker first time poster. I need help. I have a Waltham pocket watch made in 1885. Picked it up a while back just to tinker with However recently my son has started to get in to watches and he asked me to try and get the old watch working. I’ve taken what I can apart from...
  7. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    For Sale is a very nice Waltham hand-winding watch. The black dial is in great condition with a textured stripe. The stainless steel case is unpolished Original crown. Watch measures 36mm wide without crown and 43mm lug to lug, lug width is 18mm. Service history unknown but still running...
  8. WTB - Wanted to Buy
    I have a Waltham ORD DEPT watch with a 6/0 B sub seconds movement. I bought a donor watch with a civilian 6/0C sub seconds thinking the pallet fork would work but there were some small differences noted under the microscope. Searching on ebay and other independent watch parts supplier I could...
  9. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Very nice condition. Photos speak for themselves, shows little signs of wear/use - nice patina, and keeps good time with no issues. Release mech works great, winds nice and smooth. Any questions, or for further pics just mail me. Postage to USA will be £23, to UK it will be £6.50, and Europe...
  10. Vintage & Pocket watches
    I’ve got a WW2 era (1941) Waltham wristwatch with the premier 9 jewel 6/0 42 movement. The balance seems bad and my local repair person wants at least $350 to fix and service it. My thought is I’d try to find out if there’s a modern hack movement that I could just swap out and just transfer...
  11. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hello, Managed to source for myself a beautiful old 16s Waltham pocket watch movement from 1899. This is my first pocket watch, I have been working previously with wristwatches. I managed to disassemble and clean this movement completely, but upon doing this, I found a small pin (see pic...
  12. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Hello, Here's a chance to get your hands on an early release Waltham Field and Marine Dual Time, white dial. Looking to move this on to a good home (USA only). Condition is new, unworn with boxes papers, all stickers on, and new Waltham warranty. $1,500 I'm not a dealer, just a small-time...
  13. Vintage & Pocket watches
    My grandmother gave this watch to my father when he was young; it's clearly from the early 60s. I had the watch serviced about 10 years ago (lubrication, etc), but I would prefer not to remove the case back if at all possible (it's running perfectly). From searches for this and similar models...
  14. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Picked this up at auction, but can't find a similar watch anywhere, and I've scrolled through thousands and thousands of pictures this weekend. Watch will be here next week, but it's a gift and I wanted to ID it before I give it to my dad. Thanks!
  15. NAWCC Forum
    I have two pocket watches, one Omega from 1930 and one Waltham from 1940, I am having a very hard time deciding between them because of how nice they both are, I will attach pics to show them, what I need is some help in deciding to sway me completely one way or the other, so I ask anyone that...
  16. News from the Watch Industry
    There's no more important company in American watchmaking history than the Waltham Watch Company: born in Massachusetts shortly before the onset of the American Civil War, Waltham turned out some 40 million timepieces, speedometers, compasses, and related precision instruments over the course of...
  17. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Dear Friend, i really in need of opinion here so i just bought this charming waltham 1920, but there is some issue first the crown is broken and secondly the watch run for a good 2 minutes and then stop, and i have to shake it a bit so it could run again, i need to know anything about this watch...
  18. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hi, I'm new here and have gotten a vintage pocket watch from a family member and unfortunately, there are no engravings but the 1582 on the backplate here are photos please help. I took it to a jeweler and he could not determine if the gold was real or not but I tested myself using various...
  19. Vintage & Pocket watches
    I picked up this little Waltham trench watch on ebay a number of days ago on impulse. The condition caught my eye, but I am not terribly familiar with vintage watches such as these. However, from what I understand, it dates back to the early 1900s and has been disassembled and oiled. It's...
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