Help to identify an old watch.

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  1. #1

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    Question Help to identify an old watch.

    Hi,

    Im having trouble finding out about this watch ive had for about 10-15 years now and i wish to find out information about this watch so i can sell it or try to sell it.


    Can i also know how much roughly it would sell for now, or if it was best to sell to specialist or something.

    Help would be appreciated,
    Many thanks
    Jamie
    Last edited by stuffler,mike; March 29th, 2008 at 20:29.

  2. #2
    stuffler,mike
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    Re: Help to identify an old watch.

    The dial tells all: Tag Heuer Tristar. Can´t tell from the pic if it is genuine. I´d look for the prices they fetch on ebay and you´ll know what to sell it for.

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    Re: Help to identify an old watch.

    The number on the back of the watch reads 956 806....

    I cannot find this watch anywhere, just searched google etc for Tristar and nothing like this comes up.


    Is it possible for the watch to be sent off to Tag Heuer for them to tell me what the watch is?

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    stuffler,mike
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    Re: Help to identify an old watch.

    Quote Originally Posted by RawrrrFace16 View Post
    The number on the back of the watch reads 956 806....

    I cannot find this watch anywhere, just searched google etc for Tristar and nothing like this comes up.


    Is it possible for the watch to be sent off to Tag Heuer for them to tell me what the watch is?
    Try item 250214211615. Just another dial color.

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    Re: Help to identify an old watch.

    Ah thank you very much.

  7. #6

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    Re: Help to identify an old watch.

    I don't see them come up for auction much, and most ads didn't get them. doesn't mean its valuable as the tag 6000 series is what the quartz guys are interested in from tag.

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