You will have to pardon my ignorance, but I did not know that Timex had any jeweled movements in some of their models. That Timex 400 is quite attractive.
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Thanks to all who offered their input. When I walked away from that appraisal, I figured that it was not an accurate number. The guy was pretty young, not to say that is the all encompassing reason. However, there is an older guy with salt and pepper hair, who I've seen often on the show. He was the...
I took this watch to the Antique Roadshow event that was held in Green Bay yesterday. The appraiser valued it at $300-$500. He complimented the watchmaker who worked on it for me. He also said that the hands were not original. Any thoughts?
- Thu May 25, 2017 6:56 am
- Forum: Hamilton Watch Forum
- Topic: 507 Electric Calendar prototype
- Replies: 6
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That is a fantastic find. I noticed what appears to be a screw on the dial around the 8 position. This feature would give some credibility to the idea of it being a prototype, I would think. Do you care to reveal how you came across it?
Scranger, your info lines up with my research, except that the newspaper was and is called the Green Bay Press Gazette. He had a son, V.I. Minihan, Jr., who was also involved in the newspaper industry. He was president and CEO of the Appleton Post-Crescent, located about 35 miles south of Green Bay....
Hello, I have been haunting this forum for quite a while and decided to jump in. The only Hamilton watch that I own is what I believe is a "Ericsson" from the 30's. A little research about the person it was presented to: It seems that he was a promenant Green Bay Area business man. If I got his iden...