Welcome to the forum. The watch is a ladies watch from the fifties or sixties and as such not very valuable since the demand for such watches is very low. Still, it is a nice and reliable watch (if undamaged) and Bucherer is a good and reliable name. They used to be just a jeweler with a brand line with their name on the dial (but with generic movements). In recent years, they have started to make their own movements.
Thank you very much for your prompt response and valuable information. Based on the history of Bucherer, would you perhaps know the karat and/or if it would have been made of solid gold vs platted in gold?
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