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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. Pilots' & Military watches
    Hi! I'm Korean and recently got discharged from my country's army after 2 years of service. I've been developing an interest for vintage watches, and my current rotation of watches lack a field watch (mostly dressy ones and two Casios I wore in the army). So as a way of celebrating my...
  7. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Inherited this 1937 Waltham from my Grandfather years ago. ?? Wound her up and she's still going strong! ??
  8. Public Forum
    Inherited this 1937 Waltham from my Grandfather years ago. ?? Wound her up and she's still going strong! ??
  9. Dive watches
    Hallo My adventure with diving watches led me to write a book on this subject in 2018. Currently, the book is translated into English (title - "Time to breathe - history of diving watches). It's a little piece of first chapter. I will be very grateful for your opinions. I. Development of...
  10. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hey guys, :) I'm curious to hear your opinions about this Waltham. Also, if anyone can help me to answer these questions, please do: Has the movement been in a pocket watch earlier and just recased into this one? I have seen people talk about that in other forums about watches like this. Can...
  11. Dive watches
    Hello all, Ive just in the last couple years begun to develope a great interest and appreciation of time, time pieces and so forth. My Seikomatic is with me at all times and I value it greatly. Still, in watches, it is a very affordable watch. Well, I have now what I believe to be a 70s Waltham...
  12. eBay Auctions
    everything is OK. just cleaned. porcelain dial. there is defects and hair-cracks. brand new vintage crystal https://www.ebay.com/itm/373035758981
  13. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Hi! Bought this from a thrift store. Not sure if it's a wrist or pocket watch. 30mm. The dial is hard and smooth, possibly ceramic? The movement appears to have all the parts, but since it doesn't have a crown or crown stem, I can't wind it to see if it works. - How old is it? - Can it be...
  14. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Vintage Timex 1979 Viscount Calendar Automatic This vintage automatic Timex has a spectacular blue sunburst dial. It's vintage-sized at 35.5mm diameter, but the tonneau case makes it wear much larger. It uses the last in-house automatic movement ever manufactured by Timex. I acquired this...
  15. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    I rescued this lot from a local junk shop. Lots of little, gold, Art Deco ladies watches. I figure someone will give them the love they deserve. Unless stated, assume they are not running and need work. Add $5 shipping to any or all. Timex Eletric - $10 - looks pretty decent, original band...
  16. Vintage & Pocket watches
    So I'm relatively new to the watch world, and over the last year or so I've picked up a few watches (plus a few others I've accumulated randomly over the years before). I was looking for something affordable and vintage-y, and got a NOS Waltham "red arrow" for a hundred bucks; then on a whim, a...
  17. Watches - Private Sellers and Sponsors
    Waltham automatic, day-date, Japan movement Imprint at 6 o'clock on face: Japan 5006 -0260 T $60 obo. PayPal, selling in US only. Vintage automatic wind Waltham watch, gold tone case, stainless back. Keeps excellent time. Can be manually wound. Non-hacking movement. However, turning back...
  18. Watches - Dealers and Manufacturers
    Up for sale is a very nice vintage Waltham automatic diver watch. Stainless case measures 37.5mm across with crown. Black dial. Silver rotating bezel. Functioning day-date feature. 17 Jewels automatic movement. Includes brand new silicon strap. Some minor scratches on crystal and case. Crown...
  19. Vintage & Pocket watches
    I have a vintage Waltham Pocket Watch that needs a Balance assembly. The little jewel that goes into the escapement has broken off. Is there anyone who can direct me to a supplier. See images and description below. Here is what I know about the watch: Manufacturer: Waltham...
  20. Vintage & Pocket watches
    Ideally I would like to get a replacement movement for this case. I can see that there are several broken parts and the crown and stem are missing. The only reason I want to get it going is because it has sentimental value to a friend. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Here is what I...
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