Antique CYMA ladies watch. Art deco case. 15j, 2 adjustments, TACY Watch Co.
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Antique CYMA ladies watch. Art deco case. 15j, 2 adjustments, TACY Watch Co. Picture(s) and Description:
Foreign buyers - If an item sells for more than 150.00, we will only mail it Express Mail, which is the only overseas option with a tracking/delivery confirmation capability. This costs $35.00. This is not optional or negotiable. We don't like the cost, but that's the cost. We do not make a dime on Express Mail shipping and often times end up having to pay a little out of our pockets. Make sure you consider that when bidding!!! If watches close for less than 150.00, we will ship it 1st Class, at the $5.50 cost. If you have less than 10 feedbacks - all positive, don't bid; we will cancel it. This policy is the result of new ebay members failing to pay or respond after buying an item. Item Description: The movement is marked "TACY WATCH CO. SWISS U.S. PAT. 15 FIFTEEN JEWELS CYMA ADJTS. 2 TWO". The case cover is marked "DIEL W.C.CO. BELMONT 14K ROLLED GOLD PLATE 214858". When I took the movement out and nudged the balance wheel, it was running on my desk for several minutes. When I put it back in, it quit. I took it out again and nudged it, and took off.? It no doubt could use a cleaning/service. The case is 16mm wide. decorated on the bezel, sides and back. The dial is the color of tarnished silver with a bright silver rectangle in the center that is ribbed vertically in somewhat wavy lines. The dial has "CYMA" in a small oval at the top of the bright silver area and "SWISS" at bottom. The watch is clean and nice. A desirable antique ladies watch. Our regular customers are more important to us than money. Do not ask if we will end an item early. The fact is, if your offer is competitive and fair, you shouldn’t be worried about winning the item at auction. The only incentive for making offers is to cheat the seller and the other buyers who are willing to pay fair prices. No exceptions. Our customers come 1st!!!!! We will combine shipping for items that close within 3 days of one another. Ebay will automatically open an unpaid item claim after 4 days if payment has not been received. PLEASE READ: We are not watch experts, watch makers, watch repair people, or fine jewelery dealers. This is a hobby. We buy used watches at flea markets, estate sales, garage sales, etc. That makes it clear that almost all our watches are pre-owned, used, and worn. Our sole objective is to buy watches inexpensively and sell them to someone who wants them inexpensively. We sell hundreds and hundreds of watches. We have a few minutes to examine each one and list it. We try to describe them accurately and be critical. The fact is, we sell thousands of them and you buy one. You have hours to scrutinize the watch you bought and you may very well find a flaw that we simply didn't notice. And we do miss stuff sometimes. Furthermore, you may be an expert and once you get it, identify a mechanical problem that we could not possibly recognize. Folks, we start every watch at 3.99; whether it's a genuine Rolex, or a Timex. If we were suggesting that a watch was flawless, perfect in a mechanical sense, and kept precision time, we wouldn't list it for 3.99!!!! We list watches for 3.99 that others sell with a minimum bid price of 1-2,000.00 dollars!!! Be realistic. If a crystal has been replaced, we don't know that. If a gizmo isn't turning correctly, we don't know that. If a quartz watch isn't running, we hope it's just a battery, but we don't know that. In most cases, we don't have the tools or experience to open them and even if we did, we wouldn't recognize any problems that weren't blatantly obvious (like no movement inside)! Here's an example of our descriptive methodology - We do not have the expertise, time or equipment to certify any of our watches as to accuracy of time-keeping. If they are automatic and we shake them and the hands go around, we say they run. If they are mechanical and we wind them and the hands go around, we say they run. If they are battery operated and the hands go around, we say they run!!!! That’s the best we can do. If you want a guaranteed thousand-dollar precision time piece, you shouldn't be bidding on a watch that starts at 3.99. Spend a thousand dollars and get exactly what you want with a guarantee. But if you want a collectible watch for a very fair price, or if you want a presentable watch to wear at a very affordable price, or if you want a parts watch to play with or for parts to fix a watch you have, you may very well get a terrific bargain here. And, yes, we do sell some very valuable, very fine watches that are worth a lot of money. Just understand that our depth of expertise is shallow. We do the best we can. The only people that have lodged complaints about the watch they bought are the people who do not read descriptions, do not use common sense and make assumptions without any basis to do so. PLEASE ask questions, ask for better pics, whatever you need and we are delighted to do the best we can for you. And, if you aren't happy, just drop us a line and let's try to work it out. If you clearly ignored the description narrative however, that's not our fault. Generally, our watches are sold as-is. Obviously, we’ve made a ton of customers very, very happy to date and we have a substantial, loyal following of regulars!! Please make sure, if you are outside the USA, that Customs allows watches to be mailed to your country. Some nations prohibit this. I recently found this out at the Post Office. If you’re prohibited from importing watches, they will not pass your Customs and you will be out the money and the item. Do not ask if we will end an item early. The fact is, if your offer is competitive and fair, you shouldn’t be worried about winning the item at auction. The only incentive for making offers is to cheat the seller and the other buyers who are willing to pay fair prices. No exceptions. Our customers come 1st!!!!! Posted with the eBay Android app