sorry I wasn't able to edit fast enough, on my original post, I was wondering where people think values are headed for any type of piece like this, its way too small for a man to wear, great fit for a women, but just a beautiful design,from the Depression era.
Posts: 56 | Location: Massachusetts in the USA | Registered: November 13, 2012
William Look at page 830 in the 2012 watch guide. If your watch is gold it is worth a lot of money. It looks like the Hamilton SPUR from about 1929. There were some swiss owners who made a reproduction in 1992. They made 992 watches in 18k solid gold. Tony
Posts: 1953 | Location: Atlanta, Georgia in the U.S.A. | Registered: August 01, 2003
small or large, I wear a 9oz massive breitling and I would rent this bad boy for $100.00 for one day. It is impressive. It is a collectable not just a watch, a true investment item. Nice watch William.
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