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    Hello Baronblack,
    You don't say if these watches are in working order ?- if not then, not much. Strangely the third picture shows a very scratched back, but the watch face is in almost pristine condition ? The Hado watch has a chance - but does it work ? Here's two of mine - a Helios & Moeris watch, both work, would expect to sell them for around 200
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    The Hado is definitely a German military issue watch from the WWII era. As Alec said, if it's Working, value-wise, they sell in the $100-150 range when you see them. If Not working, they generally are worth very little as it would cost more to restore them to functioning condition than they are worth. Most you find are in beat condition and not usually working. The Neptune? Without seeing the full shot of the rear cover, it's not possible to say. It's looking like a 40's watch, from it's appearance, but it could simply have been a privately worn watch, if it is. It should have the "DH" marking on it, if it was an issued piece.
    William

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    Given that the M43 trousers still had a fob pocket, wrist watches were less common with the foot soldat than Hollywood would have us believe ( collecting them in band of brothers for example )
    I think the pocket watch is more representative of the common man - maybe the wrist watch for an officer or NCO who needed to know time quickly.
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