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Ladies Wristwatches124 of 199Cartier Vintage Ladies' WatchVintage Kenneth Jay Lane Turquoise Cabochon and Rhinestone Bangle with Hidden Watch
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Posted 5 years ago

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I recently bought this Tissot's ladies watch at a flea market, and really fell in love with it. I love to wear it, and it runs fine (only one minute too fast per day). If somebody could help me with more information about this model, I would appreciate it very much!

I have seen images of similar watches posted on here, that were dated to the 1920s or 1930s. Mine differs a bit, since it opens on the side (like a pocket watch). When I open the case, I am not able to lift out the movement in order to read the serial number on it. The watch has a tiny stamp on the same side as the crown, but it is unfortuntely too small for me to read. There is no stamp on the back of the watch.

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  1. vetvalex, 5 years ago
    Thanks for your response, glad you love it! I managed to open the case, and could see the Tisssot label, 56/14k/0.585 for the gold quality, and the number 800263. After searching for Tissot serial numbers on the internet, I guess this could indicate that it is produced in 1937-38.

  2. vetvalex, 5 years ago
    Thanks again for giving this attention on Christmas Day! I would also like to add that the dial has an outer ring with numbers 13-24, unfortunately not very visible in the picture I posted. After opening the case, I am now wondering if the number "56" in the gold quality information indicates that it was sold in Russia, or was this included in all Tissot watches at that time?

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