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  1. I recently pulled this watch I inherited a long time ago out of the safe and have been trying to identify which year it was made, and failed miserably to nail it down. Since a few kind folks here on the forum recently kindly helped me with a similar search for knowledge I was hoping someone here might be able to pin it down — a big thank you in advance for indulging me. It's a Chronoswiss Lunar Chronograph with moonphase, marked with reference number 77990. Given who owned it before and their biography, I'd expect this to be from around 1985-1993. I looked in every place I could
  2. First of all, that's some impressive Sherlock Holmes like digging — thank you, I really appreciate it. And boy oh boy do I love this 1970s Electronic Watch. I enjoy the look of this so much more than I probably should Thanks for including this as well!
  3. Ah, thank you - that's enough to get me started. I'll contact them directly and see if they might have any clues for me. Thank you! Haha, as sources goes this is pretty amazing. Thank you!
  4. Hi, I'm looking for help identifying a watch, and I cannot seem to find any information about the brand/watchmaker online: It's a vintage women's watch from (most likely) the 1960s that's been in my family for a while but details are scarce. It's a tiny 16-17mm. All it says on the dial is "Constantin Gray" and "Swiss", it's a manual wind, and appears to have a white gold (?) watch face. I'm including some photos below. It's possible that it's related to "Vacheron Constantin" but frankly I cannot find any details. face inscription: Constantin Gray, Swiss back inscription: 14K, 0.585
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