These pieces are 1950s Ladies Omega.
The following piece is an Ladies Omega called Ladymatic. It is an automatic lady watch. It is rare to find lady automatic watch.
This is an piece of Ladies Omega, it is called Geneve.
This is another piece called DeVille.
There are various brands, like York Level and Coronet that uses this movement from Germany. The cost of the watch can vary from $40 to $70 pending on its condition. I have sold a few to some collectors.
The Operation of the swiss watch:
Two winders, the one on 3, is use for winding the main spring and for adjusting the time. The winder at 10 is used to adjusting the date and adjusting the month on 12. First, you align the day with the date and month. The red hand will move with the hour and minute hands. The red hand is like a day pointer. Once the hour hand reach the 12 midnight, the red hand will point to a new day. I have now seen many branded watches revitalise the old design in their new range of watches. I am sure this design will be copied once again.
I hope you learn something today.
I hope you all learn something today.
1980s model - circuit and transistor included and size been reduced to give a slimmer quartz watch in size.
I hope these pictures give the beginner collectors the inside and the development of quartz watches.
1980s CITIZEN QUARTZ 100M