Mathey-Tissot Appraisal

Answering questions regarding what you should expect to get for your vintage watch at auction or from a dealer. You may also ask if questions regarding the authenticity of your watch here.
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In order to provide a reasonable appraisal, we will need at least 3 of the following:

1) A picture of your watch. This is done using the "upload" feature.
2) Model number if known.
3) The case material, Silver, Steel or Gold, etc.
4) Case diameter & overall condition.

Due to the demands placed on my mailbox, I do not answer such inquires by direct mail. You must post your question here. Direct eMails regarding appraisals will be deleted and not answered.

Please note: Almost ALL the small ladies "cocktail" watches of brands such as Bulova, Gruen, Hamilton, etc., with gold trading at record prices are trading at or near scrap.
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Edc
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Mathey-Tissot Appraisal

Post by Edc » Mon Dec 12, 2016 6:20 pm

Please help me ID this Mathey-Tissot 14K watch (I assume it is 14k, that's what's stamped on the back). My mother gave it to me after my father passed away. Unsure of its history. It is in working condition and came it its box. I have not cleaned it or opened the watch case. I have searched the internet on and off for a few years without luck. Thanks.
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Re: Mathey-Tissot Appraisal

Post by zafbasha » Fri Dec 16, 2016 3:32 am

You'll probably never be able to ID it and it may have not had a model name to begin with. Mathey Tissot does not exist today as a Swiss company. Those records are lost.

For a 14k watch, if it's a men's size, it's probably worth around $400-500.

Edc
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Re: Mathey-Tissot Appraisal

Post by Edc » Fri Dec 16, 2016 1:48 pm

Thanks! Appreciate your time!

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