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01/18/2020 08:53 PM
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OLD HAMILTON 14 KT GOLD FILLED MEN’S WATCH

Age: 80+ years

Size: Case is 23mm wide including the crown, 42 mm long lug to lug

Rating: 7

Comments: This very stylish vintage Hamilton mechanical watch is marked “14K Gold Filled” and “S & W” on the back of the case (yellow gold). It has a stainless steel flex band (Hong Kong) which needs to be replaced. The watch winds but does not run. It features gold arabic numerals and hands. There is a seconds subdial above the 6. The dial appears to be a satin silver color but has substantial staining and grime. Also, the crystal has fine scratches and therefore receives a rating of 7. A handsome timepiece which begs for repair and restoration. Possibly Hamilton's “Clark” model made in the 1930s.


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