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    Help with a Watch

    I found a watch in the drawer where it was standing for 20 years at least. Can someone tell me something about this watch?? the informations on the internet are none. When did this watch come out? What movement is inside of this watch? The value? ...


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    Re: Help with a Watch

    You haven't been able to find the Swiss maker "Bucherer" on the internet?

    We can't tell you anything about the movement until you show us an image of it. And this forum doesn't give valuations - please see Forum Rules to find out why.

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    Re: Help with a Watch

    I understand,as a new member forgive my ignorance.
    I did find a Bucherer watches but zero about this kind of a model. The model with most similarities is Bucherer Vajoux 7703 but it is not this watch!

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    Re: Help with a Watch

    Not ignorance, just lack of experience.

    Welcome to the forum.

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    Re: Help with a Watch

    Quote Originally Posted by Timeclick View Post
    I found a watch in the drawer where it was standing for 20 years at least.
    Probably older than that. From the 1980s, likely.
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    the informations on the internet are none.
    If I'd get a buck every time I see this phrase used here, the question wouldn't be "in what colour would you have your Ferrari?" as much as it would be "which one, the fifth?"
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    What movement is inside of this watch?
    Without having a look inside the case, that's a question for a clairvoyant, and I'm not one. My guess would be a Valjoux 7765, which would - by extension - suggest that the watch was made no earlier than 1985. But that's just a guess.
    Quote Originally Posted by Timeclick View Post
    The value? ...
    And if I'd as well get a buck for every time I see that question, I'd already be Bill Gates. There's a sticky thread explaining why we don't answer it.
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    Re: Help with a Watch

    There is a bit of general information about the Bucherer brand in the following thread: https://forums.watchuseek.com/f11/wh...cs-272204.html. Though obviously the watch in that thread is not a chronograph watch.
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    Re: Help with a Watch

    Definitely in the Valjoux 77xx family. It has the same case as my V7750



    Slightly different case, with an internal bezel


    Looks like they simply did away with the hour totalizer, and day wheel.
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