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Help identifying a vintage chronograph and value

  1. awbw

    awbw May 24, 2017

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    Please help me identify this watch and it's market value
     
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  2. JimInOz

    JimInOz "Helpful Hints from Heloise" of bracelet cleaning. May 24, 2017

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    Why?
     
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  3. awbw

    awbw May 24, 2017

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    I want to buy a vintage chro, but don't want to get scammed
     
  4. Stewart H

    Stewart H Honorary NJ Resident May 24, 2017

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    Because the redial and Franken movement are interesting talking points.
     
  5. awbw

    awbw May 24, 2017

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    Obviously the dial is not the original, but how it will effect the overall value?
     
  6. Stewart H

    Stewart H Honorary NJ Resident May 24, 2017

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    In collector terms, the redial will knock off about 40 to 50% of the value. That and the movement irregularities will make any collector run a mile.
     
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  7. awbw

    awbw May 24, 2017

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    Thanks for the info.
     
  8. kreyke

    kreyke May 24, 2017

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    Maybe even more. Some wouldn't even consider buying it. So it's really just worth the movement inside.
     
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