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Looks like a nice watch. But there are several things that affect the value. First it is a women's and they dont hold the value as well as a mans watch will. second it is a bulova and the resale on those over the years have not kept up the pace because there are so many out there and Bulova has always been a ok watch it has many contenders that are much better. So the worth lies in the weight of the gold. !8k is good but make sure it is real, from the photos the bracelet do not look like it is solid gold looks like it is 18k plated.
Depends on where you buy it! Huge markup discrepancies in the jewelry world. Some places will sell something at 50% markup, some others will sell for several hundred percent markup. And I'm not talking like one is real and the other is a knockoff. I'm talking two identical items can sell for drastically different prices at different places.
if they have a huge sparkly chandelier and two inch thick plush carpeting in their store, expect that to work into the price you're paying;)
Don't throw it away! Bulova have a good reputation. It ma not be worth much, but you have the serial number and the 14k probably means it's 14 carat gold. 14 carat old is the highest quality used for watches (18 carat is too soft for everyday wear) I used to work for Shackman and we made watch cases and bracelets for the major brands such as Omega.
Trysearching for Bulova watches on eBay then looking at 'completed listings' under 'advanced' after you search for some idea of value.
Your watch has double folding clasp and it is opening by pulling bracelet exactly in the middle of clasp. Some clasps are very stiff, so, use a bit of force to open it. Here is the link where you can see how the opened clasp looks: http://www.amazon.com/Just-Bling-Ladies-JB-6210-Diamond/dp/B002JPK310
at the back side of bracelet you can find direction mark, use fine and strong pin with tiny hammer to remove pin out. if there no mark , just look at both side of bracelet, thru narrow hole push your pin, then fastening pin come out thru wider hole