Everything posted by ias
scottswatches, thank you for your info. The dial is fine (perhaps the pics do not show clearly the condition). The glass aslo is fine. It is the plate that has some damage. However with my little research online, your point of view and info seem to be correct.. so no jam and no donut... :-) perhaps, is should check how much would take to repare it should my wife likes it and would like to wear it in the future.
gimli, thank you very much for quick response the info you share. Your observations are correct except that the logo on the plate is not gold plated. To be honest I have no idea how to wind it to check if it really works. However the crown can be pulled out and the rotate it both ways to adjust the time (dials turn perfectly). I provide the link bellow of my shared dropbox folder should anyone is inteersted for high-res pics. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/f9gfhil9xb5c3ha/AABurhMDg9EYBr3THg3fQwaea?dl=0 thanks again!
Hi all and good to find you as I am new in the forum as well as the watch world in general. I recently was given as woman's watch that used to be worn by my mother's aunt (now 90years old) who had little to do with brands but she would just buy what she liked. Now she remembers very few things and nothing related to the watch she gave to me. So, as my knowledge is very limited to the horlogerie, I am posting here pics of her vintage Girard Perregaux ( I guess bought some time in the 60's perhaps in Switzerland as she used to travel a lot there and had Swiss friends - perhaps is a present