Posted 10 months ago
I just recently bought this from a pawn shop and wanted to know what it is actually worth. (Hope I didn't pay too much, but I really like it, and that is the important thing, and it works great.) It is stamped 14k gold on the case as well as the band. On the back, it is stamped with a fish looking emblem (resembling the Christian looking one) beneath that "B&M 14K 585" the next line is "6635DBT" and the last line is stamped "2852185". The inside case is stamped with the Baume and Mercier emblem, Geneve, Swiss, 14K 585, and dcs. The watch movement states, SWISS V6, Six 6 Jewels, 976.001, R/T. The measurements are 19mm x 22mm, about 7 inches long and the clasp has 3 size adjustments. Including the watch movement, it all weighs 32 grams. The face of the watch has 32 very small diamonds lined in an oval shape around the face. "Swiss made" is listed under the 6th hour marking, and the Baume and Mercier logo, Baume & Mercier, Geneve is listed under the 12th hour marker. I've looked all over the internet at other B&M watches, but haven't seen any others with the fish looking emblem stamp. I would like to know what this marking means plus the ballpark of what this watch is worth. Thanks for any information!