Haddon 21 Jewels incabloc

GrooveMaster

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Hi,
How do you search this data base you talk about? I have two watches that I am trying to find information on. Also do you need to take the back off to find the serial number? I do not think I am qualified for that.
Haddon 21 Jewels incabloc unbreakable mainspring
This watch no one has ever posted about ever on here.
Waltham 100 self-winding incabloc 10K.G.F.ROSS
This watch seems rather rare too.
 

topspin

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Incabloc usually indicates Swiss manufacture.

If you post pictures, someone will hopefully be able to help. One watch per thread.

The "Waltham 100" is quite amusing - a watch built around a number. Definitely not rare in the sense we use the word here. I'd be surprised if it was in the Waltham database, but I'll let someone else fill in the company history for you.
 

richiec

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You won't find the Waltham in the database as it was likely made after the dissolution of the actual Waltham of Massachussetts. As topspin states, pictures of the watch movements will aid in the identity of the maker of both movements, I will wager both are swiss and fairly modern, like post 1960.
 

GrooveMaster

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It says Swiss on the face. I guess I did this in the wrong forum. I paid the fee but am not good at this site. I am reposting this in the value area if I can find it..

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Whoops that is my Waltham that says Swiss sorry.
 

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