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"What's My Watch Worth?" - Keys to Understanding Watch Value
On your first picture, if you look closely at the sub dial, you will see the number "50" at the 12 position. I actually discovered this problem when having the dial of my Heyward restored a couple of years ago. The die was wrong - now corrected - but this is a good way of telling if a Heyward dial has been restored or is still original. The originals did not have the error, but at least the majority of restorations performed on this dial since the 's do contain the error. Tom tmcanning comcast. Ha ha
Vintage 1937 Swiss Silver Pocket Watch
Post a Comment. Welcome Greetings! Tuesday, February 25, Cameron. If you have followed my blog for a while, you may recall that last October I purchased a Dorsey under the mistaken impression that it was a Cameron.
If you've arrived on this page, it's probably because you're looking for an easy way to determine the value of your antique watch. Unfortunately, there is no quick and easy way to determine the value of an old watch unless you are a watch expert, and even then it can be tricky! Vintage watches are a unique and relatively complex mechanical antique that can span a range of several hundred years of production, with millions of watches produced and thousands of variations Whether you are a buyer or seller of vintage watches, knowing what you're looking at and having a good understanding of the factors which affect the fair-market value of a watch could make hundreds or even thousands of dollars difference in the price you pay or receive.