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Yes and no. It really just depends on the coin and the method of mounting. If you have something in mint state, yes, mounting it is going to severely damage the value of the coin. If it is something like a well-worn Barber Half dollar and only worth its silver content, then no, it isn't going to impact the value at all. If you are soldering the coin in the bezel, that will damage the value of the coin a lot more than just one with clips that hold the coin into place.
It would be worth $20. The star indicates that the serial number has been reused. It does not add anything to the value.
Anything is worth whatever someone will pay you for it. Take your jewelery to a certified gemologist and pay for an evaluation of the set. The gemologist will document the characteristics of the diamonds and the metal. This will give you a good idea of its potential market value.
It's worth $50.
How much is the coin worth
Old Bulova watches does not have any worth because they are old so there is no need to find out how they are worth.
The m3 on your Bulova watch does not mean anything and it is worth $50.
A 1914 Five dollar Indian by itself is worth about double its gold value, depending on its condition. The bezel holding the coin will be worth its gold value. If the coin is soldered into the bezel , this will damage the coin, reducing its collector value, but it should still be worth more then the gold content. I don't think the coin in bezel would have any additional value unless the bezel was an ornate antique.
I have one. Lady size Bulova, Dior Collection, from 1970's. It is above US 1900.00.
You can find out how much a Bulova watch is worth on Amazon. The prices range from $60.00 to $500.00. The Bulova brand is a very expensive but durable pick.
how mucht for a 1947 wachtes
Not much, they are worth their face value
1862 penny worth anything