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Vintage Zodiacs For Sale - Pre 1999 / Re: FS: Triple Date Auto
« Last post by showpig on December 12, 2017, 10:06:30 PM »
Would you be interested in $400.00?
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I saw this Zodiac on the Internet... / WW1 trench with A.Calame Fils movement
« Last post by radicimo on December 12, 2017, 05:29:18 PM »
I know it's not a zodiac per se, but seems like it could be grandfathered in. Have to say this one has caught my eye (and clearly not only just mine).

162793523871

Opinions? Looks to me like the crown is not original. A lot of brassing on the case, but oh that dial and shrapnel guard sure are pretty.
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That is a dress watch from the 70's. Not very popular I am afraid. If you put it on eBay you may get $100, maybe a little more as you have the original band.

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General Zodiac Discussion / Re: SeaWolf watchbands
« Last post by YuriyV on December 12, 2017, 11:23:42 AM »
You need original JB Champion or Chrysler Stellux bracelet for your Sea Wolf.
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Very nice costume Zodiac. Not popular these days though. I think it could fetch up to EUR150-200 on feeBay.
What about to service it and wear with proud as heirloom?
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Hey Guys,  I  got this Zodiac watch from my father, he bought it in the 70s.
I did some research on the internet, but never found a model that looks like this one.
I`d like to sell it, but i have no idea what price would be acceptable for it.
So I`m hoping one of you guys maybe can tell me more about it, besides the information on it
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Thanks for the reply! Called my dad and told him it was running again and he was like
so amazed. He couldn't remember when he bought it or where, just remembered it quit
working decades ago...lol.
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General Zodiac Discussion / SeaWolf watchbands
« Last post by Nick Pramov on December 09, 2017, 09:22:56 PM »
New guy ?:

My original/factory watchband, a stainless, beautiful quick snap arrangement was pure purgatory:  it pulled

the wristhair out of my arm.  Meaner than cat poop!  Anyway, where might I peruse bands suitable for my

SeaWolf, (see my moniker) watch.      Much thanks,  Nick P.
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Will be 1940's.  Great looking dials from that era, but due to the smaller size of most of them the values for models like that in "as-found" condition often ranges between $50-$150.  They are generally well made and have quality ebauches in them, so they are great heirlooms that can be serviced/restored and passed down to future generations.
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 :sm3

Long story short, I have a Zodiac Automatic Strong incaSecurit Antimagnetique vintage watch given to me by my dad that never ran. I have looked on the internet from time to time for a value to no success.
Today I took the back off to look for a serial number (it has none) and saw 15 jewels written on the inside. I shook it a few times and turned it this way and that and closed the case and it began to work!!
Has some hay like debris on the face from my dad's days working farms and I'm guessing a piece was lodged somewhere and stopped it from running.
Questions are when was it made and in spite of its scuffed up condition, does it have value? Thanks. 
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