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    Help identifying a watch

    I am interested in this vintage Enicar watch.

    http://www.bonhamsandgoodman.com.au/...1_original.jpg

    From looking up Enicar it seem that they are known for watches used by mountaineers and I have not been able to find one which is comparable.

    Can anyone verify whether it appears to be a genuine article? Any info about the model and any guide as to its price?

    More photos

    http://i487.photobucket.com/albums/r...e19Sept002.jpg

    http://i487.photobucket.com/albums/r...e19Sept007.jpg
    Last edited by lp0001; September 20th, 2008 at 02:12.

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    Re: Help identifying a watch

    take it to a jeweler and have him verify the diamonds. I'm pretty sure its just costume jeweley.

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    Welcome to Watchuseek. I moved your post to the right forum. Enjoy your stay aboard.

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    Re: Help identifying a watch

    Impossible to give a valuation here. If the diamonds are real it's worth far more as jewelry than as a watch. We cannot ID without a movement picture unfortunately.

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    Re: Help identifying a watch

    I have a ladies Enicar in solid gold case .. so Enicar did make fashion watches

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    Re: Help identifying a watch

    Quote Originally Posted by lp0001 View Post
    I am interested in this vintage Enicar watch.

    http://www.bonhamsandgoodman.com.au/...1_original.jpg

    From looking up Enicar it seem that they are known for watches used by mountaineers and I have not been able to find one which is comparable.

    Can anyone verify whether it appears to be a genuine article? Any info about the model and any guide as to its price?
    :thanks

    thank you for your responses so far, i've spoken to an antique watch restorer who says that Enicar has made diamond platinum watches in the past

    the movement of the watch is signed ENICAR WATCH CO, 17 JEWELS, SWISS, 231

    does this mean anything to anyone?

    photos of the internal mechanism

    http://i487.photobucket.com/albums/r...e19Sept002.jpg

    http://i487.photobucket.com/albums/r...e19Sept007.jpg

    any more help?
    Last edited by lp0001; September 19th, 2008 at 13:48.

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