Record Watch co Geneve

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    Record Watch co Geneve

    Hi everyone, this is my first thread :)
    So some weeks ago my grandparents gave me some vintage watches they used to use, they were in a box literally watching the time pass by, so i decided to bring them. I'm using one from my grandfather, and i have another from my grandmother, that i dont use, but i was curious to know how old it is, and its value +-.
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    That's it!
    I'll be waiting for your help.
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    Daniel Almeida

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    Re: Record Watch co Geneve

    Sorry for posting in wrong category and thanks for fixing it!

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    Re: Record Watch co Geneve

    Hi there and welcome!

    Firstly... we dont do valuations! But if they belonged to your grandparents.... I would class them as priceless!

    As for the watch... are you sure it was your grandfathers??? It looks quite small.... unless you have giant hands? Dimensions - width (with excluding winder) and height would be useful.

    Also, I cant quite make out the 3 digit number within a circle at the top on the movement... is it 103?

    The movement does not look in the best condition and should receive a service!

    To guess an age... I would suggest mid 40s. The watch does not appear to have shock protection.. which started to be introduced at the end of the 30s! But not common place straight away!
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