What is a 62282 services 17 jewel incabloc watch?
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Answer . The "jewels" in a jeweled movement watch are not the ones that you see on the outside. Polished jewel "bearings" are created for the moving parts inside the watch. If all of the moving parts were "metal on metal", the watch would wear out much sooner. Jeweled movement watches last longe…r and are able to go longer between maintenance. ( Full Answer )
Answer . a lot depends on the pocket watch such as the year of it the gold value the amount of gold you need to run the s/n from then back inside of the watch though a online database, it could honestly run from 20 to 10,000 dollars.
The shaft ends of the faster moving wheels and gears have conical points that ride in small jewels (ruby usually). This assures minimum friction for the movement. The "odd" number jewel is at the back of the second hand.
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Not necessarily. The jewels, often rubies, are intended to provide almost frictionless operation of moving parts. Their effectiveness depends on the quality of the jewels as well as the craftmanship with which the moving parts of the watch are manufactured and assembled.
Depends very much on age and condition. The 3602 movement was produced by Molnija (USSR) from about 1947 to a few years ago (if/when production ceased is not clear).. A variant on the standard soviet open faced Molnija was a 'badged' Serkisof with an embossed train & 'Serkisof - Demiryolu' (iron ro…ad) on the reverse. This was apparently for the Turkish State Railway. I have seen photographs of a model which features the Turkish state symbol, the embossed train and the logo (TCDD) of Turkish State Railways, these appear to be the least common.. I have a recent example which claims to be 18 jewel but is powered by a bog standard Chinese 17 jewel wristwatch movement. The case is awful staybright rather than base metal and the quality poor compared to Soviet examples. E-bay prices range from under Â£10 upwards, some optimists put them up for ridiculous prices but those that sell seem to fall mostly within a Â£20 - Â£50 range.. Not a very precise answer, but without complete details of the watch it is the best possible. ( Full Answer )
\nIt has no value as a coin any longer. So the value depends on the quality of the watch. What brand is it? If it has no brand or makers mark it is probably not worth very much. Maybe $25-30 in non-working condition. $50-100 in working condition.
What is the value of a Colibri pocket watch gold in color with 17 Jewels and Incabloc on the face and has Roman numerals?
Many of the pocket watches are worth a price close to $120 each.The price will vary depending upon the condition of the watch
Yes because diamonds and many other expensive color gems have beenusing in watches and jewelry.
I am sorry I cannot help you, but I have a watch that sounds the same. It has a dainty little security chain that hangs from it as well. I believe it is white gold. If you find out anything, let me know and I will do the same. I believe this was from when sears and Roebuck were only putting out cata…logs with watches back in the late 1800's to the early 1900's. ( Full Answer )
A 17 jewel watch is worth different amounts, depending on the makeand condition. As of 2014, a 17 jewel watch will most likely bringno more than 100 dollars.
What does the 6104623 mean in a pocket watch j boss 14 kt 25 yr 17 jewels in a keystone watch case face plate white pink yellow and gold name on watch is Owen Jones hoquium wash?
If you give me the number off of the movement not the case i might be able to tell you about what your watch is worth. I will also need the name of the watch you should be able to fine this on the face of the watch or the movement.
The number of jewels in a watch refers to the number of individual gears it contains. Other than opening it and counting, you may be able to look up the number by the make and model of the particular watch.
With the arrival of "The General Railroad Timepiece Standards" for a railroad watch in 1893 there was a well established relevance between the number of jewels a pocket watch possesses and its accuracy. Initially the railroad system adopted 17 jewel movements as the "minimum" necessary for the railr…oad watches of its conductors and engineers. By the early twentieth century many railroad companies specified 19 jewels or more. While there are watches that where made to resemble a railroad watch with less jewels, they were made as cheaper imitations for the general public. You may have noticed that there are tiny red or pink dots at various places on the bridge and pillar plate of your railroad watch. These are the jewels. This diagram illustrates the location of the jewels on a 16 size, 23 jewel Illinois "Bunn Special" railroad watch. ( Full Answer )
Reducing friction is important to watchmaking. Instead of metal moving against metal, watch makers discovered that jewels cause little friction or wear. Jewels are hard and don't wear down very quickly. By the time of the American revolution, tiny doughnut shaped rubies were being inserted int…o pivot points on watches to keep them from coming into direct contact with the edges of the hole. This in turn would make the watch last much longer. The jewels could be diamonds, sapphires, or most commonly rubies. However, the process was time consuming and expensive. Jewels were placed in only very high quality watches of that era. Initially the railroad system adopted 17 jewel movements as the "minimum" necessary for the railroad watches of its conductors and engineers. By the early twentieth century many railroad companies specified 19 jewels or more. While there are watches that where made to resemble a railroad watch with less jewels, they were made as cheaper imitations for the general public. You may have noticed that there are tiny red or pink dots at various places on the bridge and pillar plate of your railroad watch. These are the jewels. ( Full Answer )
With the arrival of "The General Railroad Timepiece Standards" for a railroad watch in 1893 there was a well established relevance between the number of jewels a pocket watch possesses and its accuracy. Initially the railroad system adopted 17 jewel movements as the "minimum" necessary for the railr…oad watches of its conductors and engineers. By the early twentieth century many railroad companies specified 19 jewels or more. While there are watches that where made to resemble a railroad watch with less jewels, they were made as cheaper imitations for the general public. You may have noticed that there are tiny red or pink dots at various places on the bridge and pillar plate of your railroad watch. These are the jewels. This diagram illustrates the location of the jewels on a 16 size, 23 jewel Illinois "Bunn Special" railroad watch. spent heaps of time typing this love melkit (my username not my real name) ( Full Answer )
I have a pocket watch ever Swiss Swiss made 17 jewels engraved on front with hunter and dogs and on back with dog alone. Does this have any value?
i have the SAME watch! my husband's late father gave it to him years ago, same description and I cannot find any info on it. please let me know what you come up with! Nothing yet. This watch has a floral design on the watch face with Roman Numerals. I have the same watch but with a man fishing o…n the front. Any updates???? i was an Avon dealer back in 1970's and these watches were sold then i also have the hunter one i gave my father for fathers day when they came out so they are about 40 years old. mine is in perfect condition also and works great. I too have an EverSwiss full hunter's case pocket watch. The case is gold tone base metal, with a hunter blowing his horn followed by his dogs . I bought mine new at Kmart sometime in the late 80's for around $20 dollars. It still works fine, but it has little monetary value. Say $50 tops. ( Full Answer )
I think its rated PG-13 so you have to be 13 . I could be wrong
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Arnex makes some wonderful watches. They have beautiful enamel work that really increases the value of the watch. The range of a Arnex can go from $20.00 to $2,000 but to really know you should have the watch appraised. A new or poor condition arnex is not going to be very valuable but a gold (not g…old plated) or enamel piece could be worth having appraised ( Full Answer )
It is the Louis Watch Co. from the 1950s that was located on Fifth Ave in NY
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From my research, I have discovered that the jewels, normally rubies, were in place by the time of the American Revolution. I saw stated they were made in the early 20th century, 1900's.
if its stainless steel they seem to be going for Â£30 - Â£40 its a swiss watch
There are many categories of jewel movement, for example, 17 jewels, 21 jewels, or 25 jewels. The actual meaning of these numbers is just a representation on the number of rubies used within the mens watches Tiny synthetic gem crystals are set between many of the gears, in order to reduce friction.… These gems resist temperature better than metal, and hold lubricant much longer. Originally, the natural rubies were used before a major switch to industrial-grade or synthetic rubies for cost efficiency reason. There are two important points about rubies that make them suitable to be used as bearings. Firstly they are extremely hard (it can be as hard as diamonds) to withstand high frequency of abrasion and wearing. Secondly, its smooth surface is perfect for the various steel components in the watch to operate on with much reduced friction. With the high load and high speed motions within watches, the two advantages of ruby clearly outweigh any possibility of using steel bushings. You can actually hear the jewel movement working. The ticking noise of mechanical watches are actually made by two rubies banging into the steel teeth of the escape wheel. You should make sure to have your watch serviced every five years, as the toughness of the rubies can erode the steel if not properly looked after. ( Full Answer )
Who makes CAMY Swiss made 17 jewels rolled gold bezel 20 microns incabloc watch with RW inside the bak?
camy Switzerland. if that does not mean anything to you then how abouth this, a certain Raymond weil spent 27 years at camy, including being the big cheese.
Well, probably hundreds and thousands of fabulous dollars under normal circumstances but, at least until tomorrow, you can bid on one listed at $4.99 on Ebay... :)
Hard to say. It depends on the condition and if it is made of solid gold or silver, not plated, that makes it a lot more valuable.
An OMEGA SEAMASTER 17 JEWEL WRIST WATCH. GOLD DIAL. S/STEEL CASE.C1956. FWO is currently priced at Â£525.00 on ebay.
The jewel bearings inside a watch are quite expensive only because of the cost of performing the maintenance and repair required to replace them. They are, otherwise, not particularly valuable.
In a watch, the jewels refer to bearings for the shafts of the various moving parts as well as the escapement. Jewels, as opposed to plain bushings, tend to be harder and lower friction and thus wear far less and also tend to make the watch run better. The 7 jewels is the minimum for a functional je…weled movement, this includes 2 jewels for the balance wheel pivots, and balance wheel pivot caps, one roller jewel and 2 pallet jewels (the roller and pallets are part of the escapement). Higher jewel counts have more of the wheels (gears) in jeweled bearings. ( Full Answer )
Jewels are used in watches at friction points. You can get them toa very fine point and they will not wear down like metal. So at apoint that a gear will be turning for days and days, they use ajewel. if they used metal the point would soon wear to a round nub.Like the end of a ball point pen. incre…asing friction, and slowingthe watches movement. Decreasing the accuracy of the watchestimekeeping ability. Usually the higher amount of jewels in a watchthe more accurate. Also more moving pieces. Historically the morejewels the more expensive. That was when all the watch pieces weremade by hand, and needed to be very precise. Now that we have CNCand computers making very precise components, that old adage isn'tso true. Jewels are used in all watches that have gears andmovements in them. Not just Automatic watches. The newer watchesthat are basically small printed circuits and LED readouts don'thave them, because of no moving parts. And I'm not sure if newcheap watches with moving hands, they may have little electricmotors. But if it is old, or new and you can see moving gears whenyou remove the back. It has "Jewels". ( Full Answer )
I think no one answered, because no one knows. I'm trying to find it too...sorry.
My experience is that the 21 jewel automatic watch, which I have (1972 model I think) is water resistant, but not water proof. Play safe and take it off. Cheers Jasper
The alphanumeric code you've provided, MJWC p 238 17 is a model number (not serial number) for a Waltham men's wristwatch manufactured between 1940 and the 1960s. You haven't provided enough information to hazard a guess on the value, but there are many Waltham watches from that era selling on eB…ay for $25-50 (running). A 14k or 18k gold watch would be worth much more. If you have reason to believe the watch is more than a utilitarian timepiece, you would be wise to have it professionally appraised. [December 2010] ( Full Answer )
You say in them and not "on them" so I assume you are talking about the movement. Hand-wound and automatic movements always have "jewels". They are man-made rubies used as friction-reducing bearings. A few high-end quartz movements also utilize these rubies, only not nearly as many.
A Timex is not an expenisve watch so it is worth 36.00 or less depending on how old it is and if it has been worn.
In good condition, a 1950s era Norle 14k solid gold case, 21 jewel incabloc would be worth anywhere from $1,000 to $1,200 CDN
$320 i want to sell it imidiatly if anyone inrutsted conact me on my contact number 0092-3339308317
it is worth Rs 2499 at fashionandyou.com the market price is this much only. Some outlets u can get it fr 100 or so
The value depends on several factors, inclusing the condition. Theonly way to get an accurate estimate of value is to take it to anappraiser; however, general values run from $100.00 to 450.00 USD,maybe more.
it is diffrent frim witch one u have like it ranges from Â£30 to Â£60
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This will depend on the condition and age of the watch. There areexamples available on eBay and other auction sites. You can alsotake it in to get appraised.
Jewels in watch terms are gem bearings that were used within the mechanical assembly inside the watch to reduce friction. Many of the low to medium range watches produced commonly used garnet or quartz. Top quality mechanical watches used Sapphire, Ruby or Diamond bearings as the gems have a lower c…oefficient than garnet or quartz. ( Full Answer )
It depends on many factors. Condition, size, movement number etc etc. It could be anything from the scrap weight of the gold to several thousand pounds.
A bracelet charms design service is offered by many high end jewellers.Some companies offering this service would be Theo Fennel of London, Stephen Einhorn of London and Joy Annett Designs of Ontario.
It just means there's 17 jewels in the movement. Typically jewelsare mostly used in mechanical watches. The jewels are tiny piecesof [usually manmade] rubies that serve as low-friction bearings incritical parts that move very quickly and very often. Usingtraditional materials may not work as the hig…h friction may causethose parts to wear down more quickly, thus requiring more frequent(and costly) repair and maintenance services. ( Full Answer )
The numbers of jewels that are referred to in watch movements all depends on the make and manufacture of the watch. Certain companies like Waltham used extra jewels in the mechanisms of their watches, and 19 was referred to as a 19 jewel movement.
The price for an Elgin 9420248 17 jewel pocket watch varies bycondition. Current auctions sell this watch for around $100.00.