|The picture shows all (4) Different Old Toy Watches in this lot. These watches are not real and do not keep time.|
The first one has a light blue cloth/vinyl band and a knob to move the hands. The watch itself is tin. It is marked "JAPAN" on the face.
The second and third are similar but have different designs if you look closely. Each has a tin watch with a dial to move the hands. They both have elastic bands, one gold, and one black. The faces are marked W & W.
The fourth one has a tin watch and it has a vinyl/velvet band and a dial to change the hands. The back is marked "WESTERN GERMANY" and another mark that is difficult to read. The buckle on the band is marked "ESCO". There is an age spot on the clock face.
These are not dated but believed to be from the 1930's to the 1950's. To judge the sizes the first one pictured measures 6-1/2" long. They are all in excellent to mint condition.