I watched it all week... but I never got around to figuring out what moded it is. BUT, since it will soon be in the best Hamilton collection in the world, I presume that I made a mistake not confirming what I missed. :crying: It will be keeping company with the nice 18K (Tiffany Hamilton Barrel was it?) that you sold the same collector.Nice one for only $520 ended...........I missed it, I was planing on bidding..........what model was it? $520 seemed like a low price?? Only one serious bidder/collector got it for his collection. Looked mint with the original dial as well.
While I can't afford to own them all, I have never missed a watch I didn't sell/trade...I looked it up in the book but could not tell for sure what model it was? Might be a Lowell or a Cameron? Also the arched Tiffany name on the logo was different from others printed straight across. I purchased a Gillman once with the same arched printed Tiffany name on it. Wish I still had that 18K one.
I watched it all week, but, frankly, it just didn't excite me enough too look too hard for the info on what it was for sure. Since I never buy stuff to re-sell and I also want to wear my watches, if it had been a 401 or 979 movement I would likely have been far more interested. That said, I have bid enough against the winner to know that most likely unless it was something that I REALLY wanted, I would likely have lost anyway. :crying:A Lowell was my first guess. So it was easily a 2-3K watch? Maybe 4-5K being that only 18 were made? Why no one else bid on it? I missed it by seconds, was doing something else when it ended. My loss for sure.
I don't have any numbers for the Tiffany Gilman, but my 982 records are incomplete.How many Gilmans Made for Tiffany with the arched name on the dial? Bryn, do you know? I have one. Was the dial on this Lowell original? Sure looked perfect and very white in the photos.