I made photos for the owner of a nice quality and condition hunting case Swiss repeater about 100 yr. age in the S. American fancy dial style. There are no absolutes, but bidder pricing for this particular one on ebay is likely to be high, and at prestige auctions relatively low. It is a 1/4 repeater, has simple calender requiring monthly resetting, very fine case is plain, unknown name. Very similar appearing and not greatly differing quality with popularly known name and minute repeater with perpetual calender would sell many times higher at a good auction. So this very fine quality rare timepiece can be a bargain from a fine dealer or auction, but likely not as an ebay item. I have always had at least one good repeater. I bought several by mail bidding from Sotheby catalog. Longines, LeCoultre, no names very affordably. Same still applies to this nice one.