Looking to find information on these watches and how much I might could get out of them;
This Watch is 1822 England as indicated by the hallmark
It is pretty worn down, yet it still functions, although may need to be oiled up a little bit.
This watch I thought was a 10k or 14k White gold fill, but I am uncertain, it gives off that gold tone all throughout the watch, front and back. The Eagle I have seen on many watches replicated time and time again, but its not the exact image with the background off to the right corner nor is it the same watch. The 2nd picture is the inside of it, its going to look exactly like the next watch I will show of the Mercedes but says Majestic Antimagnetic.
This is the similar one to the one above, this is a Mercedes watch, it says 1909, But I would believe both of these watches are no older then at least Pre 1970, but I am not entirely sure on it, this I do not believe is gold filled though, but maybe gold plated if that. Both watches have at the bottom Hong Kong, which is not too assuring IMO when talking value.
Saving the best for last, is a 10kt or 14kt white gold filled Elgin.
I was told by a jeweler it was gold filled, possibly 18 or 21 jewel, seeing the movement of this watch has been a challenge, the back is hard to screw off, jeweler couldnt even do it and he recommended me to someone who probably could do it, but I never did manage to get ahold of him, you take off the front crystal and pull up the lever to change the time, the stem changes the time back and forth moving the hands, when the lever is pushed in, the stem clicks when moved in counter clockwise motion, it cannot be moved in clockwise motion however, not sure how this watch functions if its a wind up.