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|Scope of delivery||No original box, no original papers|
|Expected delivery||Dec 18, 2019 - Dec 26, 2019|
|Condition||Very good (Worn with little to no signs of wear)|
|Scope of delivery||No original box, no original papers|
|Location||United States of America, Michigan, Warren|
|Number of jewels||17|
|Case diameter||35 mm|
|Water resistance||Not water resistant|
|Dial numerals||Roman numerals|
I AM A WATCH COLLECTOR AS WELL AS A BUYER & SELLER OF QUALITY NEW, PRE-OWNED, ANTIQUE, AND VINTAGE WATCHES
PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE THIS ITEM IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE DESCRIPTION IN FULL. A HAPPY BUYER EXAMINES ALL THE PICTURES AND ASKS QUESTIONS
WE CARRY THE FINEST AND MOST VARIED SELECTION OF VINTAGE, CLASSIC, AND COLLECTABLE TIMEPIECES YOU WILL FIND
We only sell genuine, authentic, watches in "Very Good" to "Pristine" condition
PICTURES ARE PART OF THE DESCRIPTION. SINCE CONDITION IS A MATTER OF OPINION, PLEASE CHECK PICTURES AND DRAW YOUR OWN CONCLUSION AS TO CONDITION. ALL PICTURES ARE OF THE ACTUAL ITEM
Any Imperfections In Photos Are Shadows During Photography
Please note that all pictures are taken on the macro setting. This makes even the slightest imperfections and specks of dust appear much more prominent though they are often not visible without magnification
Recently there has been a lot of Timex's being sold as a Marlin model that are NOT a Marlin.
To avoid confusion I listed some easy ways to tell if a Timex is a Marlin Model or not and further below I listed some model names for model numbers:
1. No Marlins are "automatic" or "self wind" if it says "Automatic" or "Self Wind" it is NOT a Marlin, it is a different Timex model called "Viscount"
2. All Marlins say "waterproof" or "water resistant" if it does not say "waterproof" or "water resistant" it is NOT a Marlin it is most likely a "Mercury" or "Sprite" model.
3. All Marlin Models start with "2" if the number below and to the left of the "6" (model number) starts with anything other than a "2" it is NOT a Marlin.
Below is a general breakdown of Men's model names per model number (Model number can be found below and to the left of the "6" (in small print)
(1XXX = Mercury/Sprite) (2XXX = Marlin) (25XX = Sportster) (3XXX = Fun Timer) (4XXX = Viscount) (5XXX = Super Thin) (6XXX = 17 Jewel) (9XXX = Electric)
Gender: Men or Women
Case: 35mm, not counting crown
Strap: Aftermarket new black genuine leather strap
Dial: Original signed original clean "very rare" roman numeral dial
Movement: Recently serviced manual wind movement runs strong & accurate
Crystal: Original clean scratch free crystal
Box/Papers: No ~ authenticity guaranteed
Overall Condition: "minty" condition ~ original scratch free crystal ~ original signed clean dial ~ recently serviced movement runs strong & accurate ~ crown winds & sets smoothly ~ all functions working properly ~ no gold wearing off anywhere ~ no damage ~ all of our watches have been tested and serviced if needed ~ "awesome"
You will be pleasantly surprised, and receive many compliments, when wearing your watch
VINTAGE WATCHES ARE GENERATING MORE INTEREST OVER THE LAST SEVERAL YEARS SINCE COLLECTORS REALIZE AND APPRECIATE THEIR QUALITY. THE GOOD LOOKING VINTAGE ONES ARE BEING SNAPPED UP AND ADDED TO COLLECTIONS AND ARE BEING WORN. THIS IS A VERY NICE EXAMPLE OF A VINTAGE WATCH WHICH WOULD MAKE AN INTERESTING EXAMPLE FOR ANY COLLECTION OR JUST BE FUN TO WEAR AS YOUR PERSONAL TIMEPIECE
BECAUSE OLDER, VINTAGE, WRISTWATCHES WERE MADE SMALLER THAN WATCHES MADE TODAY, MEN OR WOMEN CAN WEAR THIS AND WOULD LOOK FABULOUS
Vintage watches may gain or lose a small amount of time per day as they do not keep quartz accuracy. Also, because most vintage watches being offered are between 40-70 years old, small imperfections, scratches, and wear are to be expected
A Word About Mechanical Watches: All mechanical watches, whether manual or automatic wind, will need periodic servicing simply due to the friction of its moving parts. All of our watches have been tested and serviced if needed. I time all watches for at least 48 hours prior to listing and 12 hours prior to shipment. If it doesn't maintain acceptable accuracy I won't ship it and the buyer will receive a refund
The accuracy of a mechanical watch depends on wrist movement, watch position, frequency of winding, and maintenance
Water resistance is not guaranteed on vintage or pre-owned wristwatches. Have seals and gaskets checked by a watchmaker before submerging in water, swimming, or showering
IT IS MY HOPE THAT ALL OF MY ITEMS WILL GO TO PEOPLE WHO WILL ENJOY & APPRECIATE THEM. I WILL GLADLY ACCEPT A RETURN AND/OR TAKE CARE OF A PROBLEM IF I MAKE A GROSS ERROR IN THE DESCRIPTION. IF I HAVE MADE NO GROSS ERRORS, THE ITEM IS A FINAL SALE. THIS IS MERELY DUE TO THE ITEMS BEING ANTIQUES, VINTAGE, OR PRE-OWNED. WATCHES ARE SOLD AS-IS, AND AS DESCRIBED, WITH NO WARRANTY
Our goal, here at vintage watch outlet, is to provide the best vintage watches our customers can find on the market. We offer a diverse collection of high-end brands and a variety of models to satisfy any preference, price, and taste.
If you like unique and collectible vintage or antique wristwatches, we specialize in American, Japanese, and Swiss timepieces from the 1930s to 1970s, comprised of manual wind, automatic, and quartz (battery operated) watches.
We strive in delivering quality products, and we continuously work to improve, so that our clients will have the best shopping experience while finding their best watches.
Vintage Watch Outlet is not an authorized dealer of any of the watch brands we carry. All brand names and trademarks are the property of their respective owners and are used for identification purposes only. This allows us to sell luxury items at discounted prices. Vintage Watch Outlet is not affiliated with any website that sells Fake or Replica items
I am a member of the NAWCC, The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, which establishes the standards for ethical conduct for NAWCC member activities related to horology
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