Value and history

Answering questions regarding what you should expect to get for your vintage watch at auction or from a dealer. You may also ask if questions regarding the authenticity of your watch here.
Forum rules
In order to provide a reasonable appraisal, we will need at least 3 of the following:

1) A picture of your watch. This is done using the "upload" feature.
2) Model number if known.
3) The case material, Silver, Steel or Gold, etc.
4) Case diameter & overall condition.

Due to the demands placed on my mailbox, I do not answer such inquires by direct mail. You must post your question here. Direct eMails regarding appraisals will be deleted and not answered.

Please note: Almost ALL the small ladies "cocktail" watches of brands such as Bulova, Gruen, Hamilton, etc., with gold trading at record prices are trading at or near scrap.
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Value and history

Post by DaddyBrice7 » Thu May 31, 2018 4:32 pm

CORD SWISS, FOND ACIER INOXYDABLE, number on back is 486307. Hinged solid band, Interested in alittle history as well as value of my watch...

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Re: Value and history

Post by zafbasha » Fri Jun 01, 2018 2:27 pm

Value will be low, not much demand for this type of thing and the top is gold plated.

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