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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: American Waltham pocket watch
Ebay often has these for sale; one I also inherited in an 18K gold 'hunters case' (closes from and back) even though perfectly working after a retired jeweler brought it back to life, turned out to be more valuable for its case than anything else. I've seen similar at swap meets/flea markets in plated cases for as little as $70 and still ticking.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
I gave my husband one like you describe when we were dating (1985) that I bought from a antique store dealer. While I knew this wasn't an antique, I still would like info on it. I've called the distillery office, left msgs, and never gotten a response. Ours is serial # 2032G. Would love to have some info.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
mcdevito75 here, Without seeing the watch it"s hard to tell, but I would figure the clasp could be repaired, but the cost may equal a new band and clasp. Look for a small watch repair shop in your area and compare repair cost of the clasp with that of a new band.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
SOURCE: I have an antique bulova
You can't tell actually the date when it is manufactured by the serial number of the case metal.
However if you manage to open the backside and look in the inside there will be markings that will help in the dating of the watch.. Look at the image below for example
as soon as you open the back case there is a symbol (pointing by red arrow) that was being used that time for dating.
From the table below.
Dating at the early 50's are different. 2 digits printed on the backcase signifies the date manufactured.
L indicates 50's
M indicates 60's
N indicates 70's
so if you see a 2 digit stamped on the backcase for example is L2
then it means it is made on 1952.
You will not find this information unless there is a 2 digit on the backcase or you will find a geometric symbol inside the case of your watches.
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Posted on Nov 19, 2010
SOURCE: My band broke on my
Have you tried a department store or jewelry store? I can not find any real information on the part number you list. Please provide more description of the watch.
Posted on Jul 01, 2011
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