Question about Watches
I have a gold a drusus #252694 pocket watch...any idea how much it is worth?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try going to "http://www.antique-pocket-watch.com/".
This site seems to be a good point in the search for information on antique watches.
It has a few links to other sites.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
This sort of information is only likely to be available from an authorised dealer.
If you go to the Boluva web site, you will be able to use their dealer locator to find the one nearest you.
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
As you can see by the serial number these watches has been manufactured in vast numbers. I can't give exact date when the watch was manufactured, but it was definitely in 1960-1970-ies. Some watch manufacturers still do produce editions of M. Mouse themed watches, but now they are not in trend, so, not too many people buys them. Worthiness of your watch can be given if the experienced watchmaker/watch dealer see it in the flesh, as there are too many things to be considered: type of movement, overall looks, time keeping, even the type of picture of M. Mouse. All I can say is: do not expect a fortune. The best way for you is to make evaluation of the watch and then put it on specific watch/clock auction. Rate me,plz.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
SOURCE: Elgin pocket watch value
Find a registered repair person in your area. It is very difficult if not impossible to find a value on you watch via the Internet sight unseen.
MORE INFO ON YOUR WATCH:
Total production: 159000
Approx year of production: 1894
Hope this tip helps.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
SOURCE: old pocket watch Waltham what
Your watch is a 1896 model, manufactured near the end of the production runs for that year. Check this link to verify Waltham Pocket Watch age, and manufacturing info:
Get a copy of the "Complete Price Guide to Watches by Cooksey Shugart", and check out pricing for thousands of watches. I've found that many of the common Walthams and Elgins for that series will be valued between 75-250.00 for standard production runs. If the watch is rare and has a 14 k or 18K gold case, then the sky is the limit, depending upon condition and the actual weight of gold in the case, and/or movement.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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