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Found this watch in a box of inherited jewelry. Ebay has such a huge range of watches it's hard to find one similar to this and I just want to know if it will be more valuable as it is or as bulk gold in weight.

No numbers visible at all, I didn't want to risk breaking anything so I didn't pry too much on the back, before the whole internals popped out and scared me. It's very tiny, like just over 1CM across the face and it does still work.

I know you can't give me an accurate value but a vague age and maybe a vague idea of if it would be worth more than it's melt weight or not would be great. TYIA!

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As women's watches, and especially very small ones, have little collector value, it is definitely worth more for its gold content.

No valuations allowed here, but it will be modest.
 
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