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Vintage 1960s-70s 17-Jewel Westclox Windup Woman's Watch (Working)

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For almost 100 years, Westclox made high-quality, yet reasonably priced clocks and watches. These Wesclox watches and clocks combined attractive designs with reliability and durability.

This little 17-Jewel Westclox woman's watch probably dates to the 1960s or early 1970s. It is silvertoned and has an understated classic look. Cosmetically, this watch appears to be in very good vintage condition. There is only minor wear and tear to face, body, or band. Functionally, this watch seems to be in excellent shape. I have tested it for over 300 hours, and it runs well with a daily winding and keeps fairly accurate time. These watches can generally be adjusted to within a few seconds a day.

With the current band, this watch is probably best for a girl or small-wristed woman. If your wrist measures between 5 3/4 inches and 6 inches around, you will probably be a good fit for this watch.

Westclox clocks and watches are an important part of American timekeeping history. This watch will never be mistaken style-wise for one of the classic Art Deco Westclox clocks of the 1930s. But this 17-Jewel Westclox watch has its own simple, now-classic beauty, and all the same reliability and durability of the earlier watches and clocks. In its great cosmetic and functional condition, this watch won't stay on the shelf long. Buy it today!

If you would like to see other clocks, watches, lamps, and phones from the 1920s through 1970s, please check out my shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/artdecotime .

Vintage 1960s-70s 17-Jewel Westclox Windup Woman's Watch (Working)


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