Can you tell me more information for this watch, I do not have it. Thanks
This is the watch that started my new collection, I found it in a bargin bin and was instantly drawn to its petite minimilist design. I believe this is a 1947 Christine in 10k Yellow gold filled.
I think what we have here is a Christine, it should have a nylon/silk cord type strap. We have a couple others in the dB. The case serial seems to indicate a 1944 year but the square on the movt is 1946. It has not been restored and is a bit scratched up, the pics make it look worse than it is.
Here is I believe a Christine "A". It is 10K gold filled with what looks to be an original band. It is a lovely little watch and I can see why it was such a popular model.
I believe this is Christine. This seems to have been a very popular model and is seen in ads for about a decade. It is a bit smaller than some of the other watches I have from this era. Nice domed crystal. This one is pink 14KGF over sterling. These movements are so small! Thanks.
CAIXA: Rectangular: 17x14mm. Plaquê Ouro. 10K.
MOVIMENTO: Bulova 5AC. 17 jewels.
BRACELETE: Original. Metálica 10K Ouro.