"Alfex of Switzerland is the maker. Crown Copyright is the crown. One site I found states these Swiss made military watches are hard to find as they were limited editions.
per aduad astra - is latin - the motto of the Royal Air…"
"I don't know anything about your watch other than military watches are very collectible so it is worth something. Check this site out, it may help to at least date your watch. They could also provide you with other resources and may help you…"
"England, early 1900's most likely. Go to this site to decipher English silver marks: http://www.925-1000.com/british_marks.html
Most likely worth about $275 with all the charms, if they're all sterling
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"Hi - LOVE the bracelet!
I have been out due to pneumonia and this reply will need to be brief. Your clasp indicates Birmingham (anchor on far left), sterling (lion passant in the middle) and 1979 (semi-script letter e with 4 clipped corners…"
"Hi Kris! The padlock is sterling, I can't make out anything except the lion passant. But you can date the padlock at least, because it will have a date letter, and a city hallmark, so that will give you some idea of age. There…"
"Although I'm not an appraiser and I don't have your bracelet in my hand to examine personally, I think it is quite a "find",. If it were mine, I would put a price of around $250.00 on it in my Ruby Lane shop. Mostly…"
"Hi Kris and welcome to The Vintage Village. This is a great site and I'm cetain you will enjoy it. As you can already see, the people here are friendly and very knowledgeable. Best wishes, Anita
Antik Avenue on Ruby Lane"
"I just saw this post...your bracelet looks wonderful...I cannot tell from the picture, but I think it is English?...does that make sense?...can you tell us the history of where you acquired the bracelet...?"