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  1. The Omega Forum
    Hi! New to watch collecting and I'm looking to buy my first Automatic Omega. Not sure the date of the watch but I am told the movement is Cal 1012. Thinking it is from the 70's Just wondering if this is a good buy at $330 USD, I've included all the pictures provided to me, so if anyone can...
  2. The General Discussion Forum
    Hi, I recently picked up a Cartier tank at a local antique shop and I don't know if its real. The watch appears to be from the 1960's however the movement is Jules Jurgensen 17 jewels. It fits perfectly in the case but I don't know if Jules Jurgensen ever made movements for Cartier or if this is...
  3. The General Discussion Forum
    Constantly looking for the next up and coming trending watches and trying to purchase them at the speed of ligt has proven to be pretty hard this year, especially with the demand going through the roof. My go-to strategy is always from retail but with connections getting thinner and thinner, as...
  4. New Member Introductions and Beginners Watch Forum
    Hi All, This is my first post in the forum(s); I am going to start a watch collection (finally), and I am looking for a few pointers. I would like to start tracking down vintage WW2 airman's watches. My grandfather was a B24 bomber pilot for the Army's Air Corps (switched names in 1947 to...
  5. The American Vintage Watch Forum
    I dont know much about this watch and what im able to find online is lackluster to say the least, any idea what this watch is? Who made it, what its worth, etc
  6. The Omega Forum
    Newbie newbie here. Was recently given a Omega Constellation. The reference number is 368.1201. I really love the dial. However, I could not find this reference number in Omega website database, only people selling online. Is it a legit Omega. Also, the 8 digit number start with 8, which...
  7. New Member Introductions and Beginners Watch Forum
    Hey everyone! Kinda new to the watch community but I'm already hooked. I recently bought a Messerschmidt as I wanted to start out with something cheap so I wouldn't be afraid to wear it. Really like the look of pilot watches. Very vintage and rugged. It didn't take long however before I decided...
  8. The General Discussion Forum
    I recently purchased a Croton Aquamatic selfwinding AQE96607. It's in fair condition with the original leather band but it runs quite fast. I have removed the outer bezel but I don't know how to remove the stem so I can't get the works out to clean or whatever. Does anyone know how to remove the...
  9. The General Discussion Forum
    Hi all, Does anyone have some information on Novera watches? I've been looking online and I can'y find a website for the brand. I've found a few threads about them, but I can't seem to find much about vintage Novera watches. She is old and still working. It was my Grandmothers. Any help will be...
  10. The Swiss Vintage Forum
    Hi People. For about 4 years I have owned a Rolex Submariner 16610. While I really enjoyed the watch, Ive always found the watch and design a little bit too plain. Very decent, uberfunctional and neat looking, but a little too plain/conventional, not unlike the Swiss people actually ;) At my...
  11. The American Vintage Watch Forum
    Hello everyone! I have inherited this Benrus from my grandfather, and was wondering 1) The Age 2) Is it Worth Paying For a Stem and Crown-I know the watch works but I do not have the correct crown and believe the stem is broken-Replacement 3) How Rare the CE-4 Model is, as I only found 2...
  12. The American Vintage Watch Forum
    I have a Vintage Hamilton Railway Special Pocket watch in my possession. It is 10k gold filled and is a beautiful looking watch. It was made in Lancaster, PA in the mid to late 1940s I was wondering if this watch is worth fixing, the balance wheel is missing an axel. I was told it would be...
  13. The Rolex Forum
    Hi guys, I was wondering what your thoughts on the best Rolex-models for collectors are? Which Rolexes will get more valuable by the years to come and were you can buy legit vintage rolexes? Best regards, Parkinson
  14. The Rolex Forum
    An impulse buy but no regrets...I recently bought a stunning 1920's gents solid silver, full-size cushion case watch. I decided to have it serviced, by a specialist vintage ARD, so now it is eminently wearable, keeping good time, has a two-year guarantee, and of course,is looking marvellous! The...
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