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    Help with vintage Venus and Victory watch

    I would appreciate very much any help in identifying the following watches and also what might be their value since there are in mint conditions
    Thank you

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    Old but Crafty RayMac's Avatar
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    Again can't help with pricing. I'm guessing they are 1960s models. I think we'd need to see the movements to be sure. Many companies used Venus and Victory as brand names over the years, Victory might be a Marvin watch brand. Venus might be Paul Schwarz-Etienne. Both are /were La Chaux-de-Fonds companies.

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