It is not a common watch, particularly in the fine condition of this watch. Its value depends on matching a willing buyer with a willing seller. If there are enough willing buyers, the value will be high. But there are usually not that many of them. So, as our London based consumer of eros and chemicals states, we don't speculate on what that value may be. Such valuations are very prone to error. Sorry.
But a nice watch all the same! It is probably from the first half of the 20th century. And to you it must be an heirloom so, to you, the value must be high! Enjoy it (and get it serviced if you intend to keep winding it... otherwise your grandchildren will have a non-working heirloom -- that makes it a lot less valuable).
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