Friday, March 12, 2010

Vintage Watches?

OK, so recently I've gotten into Steampunk... a style I dig very much. So, I recalled that Mom had some watches left over from Grandma, or perhaps earlier... and I checked them out. Here they are:

Now, I don't know anything about watches, but I think they *might* be worth something, and I'd like to find out before I go and break them up to use on crafts, LOL. :)

So, here they are, closer up.

1. This one is an Electric, by Timex.

2. This second one is a Bulova.

3. And this last pretty one is also a Timex, with no other indicating title.

If anyone knows anything about watches, I would love any feedback regarding these. Thank you so much!

Aloquin :)

1 comment:

jinx1764 said...

the timex are usually decent but not overly price valuable but bulova might be. Check for any karat marks on the the back of the bands and the the back of the watch, you'll probably need a magnifying glass to read any marks. GF means gold filled, 10k means 10 karat, etc, you can do research online for the bulova for the serial number or any other id's marks and usually find out the year it was made and that will go a long way in telling you how much it may be worth. if any of the work that makes them more valuable to keep whole

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