I'm having some of my watches and other collector items insured, and I don't have a clue as to the value of my father's 1940's Gruen Veri Thin. I realize this is not a truly valuable watch, but the description is as follows: Rose gold filled watch marked Gruen Veri thin and precision on the dial. Original rose gold dial,original hands. and original domed crystal. Original rose gold filled bracelet is part mesh and part expansion. There are no dings or dents and the crystal is clear with only a couple of nearly invisible hairline scratches...Case is the same..The dial is not faded. The watch was serviced about 4 years ago and runs well and keeps fairly good time..My father bought the watch in Hollywood in the 40's and then rarely wore it..With the watch comes the original perfect condition large plastic display box having a velveteen mount inside for the watch and featuring a blue Gruen Veri Thin banner on the upper left portion of the inside lid and the Gruen crest on the inside bottom right. The box is lined in a pale yellow satin material. This inner box is housed in the original outer Gruen blue cardboard box, marked "Gruen..America's choice since 1874. The outer box has only a few minor marks and is in very solid, unfaded condition. He later had a Gruen Curvex Majesty which, of course, somehow got lost..any ideas on the value or collectibility in this condition.?.Also in the box is the original small fold out combination instructional and warantee brochure, which encompasses both Curvex and Veri Thin Models..Brochure is mint and the warantee was never filled out..Thanks for any opinions.