I have a similar problem to the other person that posted today.....my sis and I were in the middle of watching something on regular tv when all of a sudden the tv turned off. We have owned the tv for 1 year and 4 mos...therefore RCA is not covering. So I unplugged and plugged back in...now if I press a power button on the tv or on the remote it just turns on, turns off, turns on turns off...and then stops! HELP!!!!!!
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It's rarely possible to give any kind of definitive valuation without seeing a watch (pocket or wrist) in person, but it sounds like you have an inexpensive pocket watch that was probably made in the 1960s, less likely made in the 1970s or 1950s. The use of the term "antimagnetic" on the watch, as opposed to "17 jewels," suggests that the watch is powered by a 1-3 jewel pin lever movement, rather than a more expensive movement. These movements can keep quite good time, but they are not valued by watch collectors unless the rest of the watch is of compelling interest.
In terms of value, your pocket watch has more value as a piece of jewelry than as a vintage timepiece. Most watch collectors would not be particularly interested in your watch. In the United States, I've seen similar watches, in running condition, sell for $5-10 at vintage watch fairs. Around where I live (the Northeast), as a piece of jewelry, your watch may be worth twice that but not more. I cannot speak to pricing in other parts of the country or internationally.
3 things. If you hit the windows button does the taskbar show on the bottom? Also, right click in the middle of the desktop and click on "Personalize" (Vista) to change the screen saver and see if that fixes your problem. Assuming you can see the "Start" button, do the following: Right click on Start, click Properties, click on the Taskbar tab and make sure the box is checked next to "keep taskbar on top of all windows"
I suggest you get someone who can Read/Speak Dutch aswell as English. And ask them to find languages or something similar, But I'm afraid there sis nothing else otherwise that we can do.
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