Sold for £440
Garrard example is the only one ticking at the present time.
Others have been overwound or simply not ticking.
Each in well worn condition.
Omega dial is spotted, acrylic cover does not snap onto the watch properly.
GENTLEMAN'S OMEGA SEAMASTER MANUAL WIND WRIST WATCH,
the round cream dial with applied gold coloured baton hour markers, outer seconds track in black, 34mm case, on a generic brown leather strap, along with a gentleman's Garrard stainless steel manual wind wrist watch, a lady's eighteen carat gold Bucherer manual wind wrist watch, nine carat gold unsigned manual wind wrist watch and a gold plated example (5)
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