I found this watch on the beach a few years back. I guess somebody took it off to go for a swim and ended up losing it in the sand. Anyways, I've kept it for these couple of years and wear it once in a while. But I've decided that it doesn't suit my style very much and that if I can sell it, I can use the money towards something more my type.
I own a few other watches like the TAG Heuer Formula 1 Alarm, Oris William F1, Casio G-Shock, and others. So you can see how this watch doesn't fit in well with the types of watches I like.
Now I know that this is a high-end boutique Hermés Paris watch. It is a quartz analog/digital watch with chronograph and alarm functions. The back is signed and has "Certified Chronometre" with "Chronometre" being italic. I do not think it's a fake because the craftsmanship is just beautiful. Hermés is known for their leather works and the leather band on this watch is no exception, it is the most confortable I have ever seen.
I believe it to be from their Espace collection, and know that the retail pricing on this collection starts at around $1,500.00. However, I have never been able to find specific information on their watches and more importantly, have never seen this specific model anywhere else.
Does anyone know more about these watches? Are they popular, where is the best place to sell it, and what price range should I expect to be able to sell it for?