No, not like that! Although a Nixon could probably hold a pretty big roll if you took the movement out...
I am starting to unload some of the watches I got as I started this hobby and didn't know what I was into yet, and I'm running into a problem with motivation and for lack of a better word, "rebudgeting" the money.
For the last few years we've been doing pretty well and operated on what my wife and I called an "allowance." We got $x (technically x円) every week that was already taken out of the budget and we could use for anything we wanted. We could eat it, save it, go shopping, etc. I, of course, spent mine on watches.
Now is kind of a low point for us financially and I'm selling off watches. I wasn't really intending for those two things to coincide. I sold a watch today and my wife asked, "So, what are we going to use the money for?" and I kind of thought...watches. That's apparently not on. I do understand her position, and she's honestly right. At the very least the proceeds should be held for a while against need, but I feel like this is money from years ago and if I had known I was going to just lose it back into the general fund later I might have gone out for steak more often back in Japan.
So now my dilemma is this: I was planning on selling most of what I had and consolidating my collection to G-Shock, beater/diver, and dress. All I really have left to get is the dress watch. Only now I'm not going to get it. So what's my motivation to sell watches? I'm not going to starve to death or become homeless with a full watch box so I don't think I'm being unreasonable here, but I am really considering just setting everything back and holding on to it for a while.