Omega gold watch

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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2) Model number if known.
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4) Case diameter & overall condition.

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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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Omega gold watch

Post by MTP-DC » Fri Jun 11, 2021 8:09 am

Small Omega ladies' gold watch, handed down in family, midcentury or earlier. Dial approx. 5/8 inch in diameter. Weight approx. 0.7 oz. Nothing on the back. Strap is gold tightly woven into a flexible band. Condition unknown; I haven’t tried to wind it.

I understand that small ladies' vintage watches are mainly saleable for scrap. Roughly what kind of value could one expect? And how would one go about selling it? I'm in DC, if it matters.

I also have a Baume & Mercier that I will post separately. Thanks very much.

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