Does anyone have information on the value of vintage Sheffield watches. I know the company went out of business in the 1970's. This is the Sheffield
Forgot to add - mine says "Demetrios" (although the D is a symbol of some kind) and "Swiss made M1" on the face. The back says "1970 Sheffield Watch Company" and "swiss" along with information about the base metal.
Sheffield is a well-known brand of watch that is considered a symbol of status and luxury. Similar to the more modern Timex brand, Sheffield was a popular watch during the 60?s; more recently they are considered to be rare watches and are favorites among watch collectors.
Saxony (Sheffield) Vintage Mechanical Dive Watch 60s 70s . Condition is Pre-owned. Very reliable and good running watch. I cleaned, polished, and re lubed this watch about a year ago and it has proven...
The town's water supply was improved by the Sheffield Waterworks Company, who built reservoirs around the town. Parts of Sheffield were devastated when, following a five-year construction project, the Dale Dyke dam collapsed on Friday 11 March 1864, resulting in the Great Sheffield Flood. Sheffield's transport infrastructure was also improved.
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I have become totally obsessed with vintage watch necklaces ever since I happened upon this 1966 Vogue ad. I really love these Sheffield pendants, in particular, with their sleek mid century modern lines. This company made inexpensive costume jewelry type watches, but they sure are cute! And many of them are still working today.
According to one of the websites, Sheffield watches were the Timex of their day. The only one with any value is their divers' watch. The 'Sheffield' on Syrup's cerificate looks a lot like the one on the watch dials. So do we have a swiss watch, with a movement designed by an American company, assembled in Thailand?