I posted this over at WatchTalk, but then I found this forum specific for vintage watches, so I figure it would be better to put it here.
I was laying in bed last night and it occurred to me that I had a box of watches that belonged to people in my family.
This first one is really, really cool. It's a Gruen Verithin, but I think there are different models of it and I'm not sure of the year... The 1930s or older? Nonetheless, it's in REALLY good shape. I'm almost positive it was my great grandfather's. I opened it up and I wrote down the serial number on the movement as well. Let me know if it would help in identification.
This next is also really neat... And it runs! It says Heritage on the dial. The hands are my favorite.
This next one is an Elgin.
Now, I REALLY like this one. The face is aged and it gives it a cool look. The dial says Chic.
This one is a Lausanne. It is complete with the warranty paper and the original box. Perhaps a local watch company?
A pair of Timex...
Two cool little Sheffield watches.
This one's dial reads Geneva. Never heard of it.
This one is a Norman. I haven't heard of this one either.
Now, this last one I can't make out what it says. I will try to clean it up. It's the unknown beast.
.... WHEW! This has been fun. Even if I don't find out much, this will hopefully be a cool look for you guys. I know it has been fun for me to at least even hold them! The Gruen and the Heritage pocket watches are my favorite.