Last edited by MMT; October 14th, 2007 at 22:34.
"NEVER FORGET WHO YOU ARE MAN,
YOU DO YOU DIE.LOVE NICK."
I have seen examples of Darwil watches going back to the 1940s, but I don't think Darwil is a real manufacture. The Darwils from the 1950s used A Schild movements.
I'm not sure if Darwil is currently active as a brand.
Your watch looks to me like a 1980s model. It's impossible for us to give a value over the Internet that makes any sense. You might check eBay to see what 1980s model quartz is selling for.
To be honest, so far there's not a lot of collector interest in vintage quartz unless it's really high end temperature compensated stuff.
Maybe JohnF or Mike will have further comments.
There are fathers who do not love their children; there is no grandfather who does not adore his grandson. ~ Victor Hugo
Agree 100% with Ray. Vintage quartz becomes of interest only if there is something really special, like the first of its kind, or if it is a very high end movement. I, too, have seen Darwil around, but not in any way that helps you here...
Enjoy your watch! That's what really counts, after all...
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