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I've added your posting to the database as Set #30. It's interesting because it is a 1947 set and has a very early Heavy Gothic (MHG) melamine dial.
In decent condition, with a box that is complete & unaltered, all component numbers matching the label, I'd put the retail value at $500-$700, more if the original Hamilton $71.50 price tag is present, up to $900 for exceptionally nice examples, and even more for uncommon dials or cases.
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Model #14 case shown as Base Metal. Only one other model #14 case in the list and it is the Nickel Chrome. So they are both correct? [NOTE: Anything without gold content was considered "Base-Metal" in jewelry items. / Lindell ]
Posts: 853 | Location: North Ridgeville, Ohio USA | Registered: November 19, 2002