Separate names with a comma.
Its a nice start indeed.
I think you should give acknowledgement to Patek Philippe for what is their slogan: "
You never actually own a...
Wrong on what point!
PS Nice to see you posting ::sigh::
Wow! Thats a cool find
Basically what I said
A 1910 movement in an older franken case - the dial I highly suspect also franken.
This is not a "marriage" watch, but a...
The number on the movement is serial number - not caliber, that if you are correct dates to 1910 - LONG before wristwatches existed.
Excellent - dial too
We need FAR better photos
Movement looks like a pocket watch movement or very early wristwatch (no shock protection) - but case is older style
Its not solid gold
All the case is 14Kt only
Its worth 14kt scrap value
looks wrong to me
OMEGA always marked the bridge OMEGA
Watch to me is probably about 1915 to 1920
"STAR" was case manufacturer "Everbright" a marketing name, to imply silver
Its an early piece, I am...
Very interesting, and early piece.
I never realized CITIZEN were making movements at that time ; well they did not make it, as its a SWISS...
What exactly do you want to know about it?
Well, again sadly too many so called HOROLOGISTS use incorrect terms, and although I am sure many understood you (as I did), I am a stickler for...
Sadly there is no such thing as an "porcelain" dial the correct term is 'enamel'
'porcelain' is what the English drink tea from - 'enamel' is how...
its an 'enamel' dial
Watch will be circa 1920
Its the retailers name - spanish
House (of) MEYER (location) Santiago
All very interesting
Would love to know
Hi and welcome
The watch is not worth much, nor will it ever increase in value.
If you like the watch and will wear it get it serviced and...