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Hello All,

A buddy of mine sent me this photo of a watch he found at the thrift store. He asked my opinion as to authenticity. I asked him to open the caseback and take pictures of the movement and the inside of the caseback.

A quick search on Google shows dials all with a different image, and no WW lettering. The print of her also looks older in all the other watches, which match each other perfectly.

Anyone with experience with these novelty watches. The face of the watch indicated 1975. I'm not sure whether he knows enough to open the back, but we'll see.
 

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Looks like a Timex 25 movement. Machine-made in UK? Inexpensive. Dial does exist in several varieties, so this one is authentic.
 

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Looks like a Timex 25 movement. . . . .
I rather fancy 'em. Could I interest your buddy in a dunk n' dash [Now featuring vintage NOS L & R SoloLube and DuoLube dual ultrasonic baths with miracle silicone plasticized lubrification. Guaranteed for sixty (60) days from receipt of your watch or your money back.]
 
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