How to find value of a watch?

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    How to find value of a watch?

    Edited for forum rules.

    Thanks for the info!
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    Re: How to find value of a watch?

    Valuations are against the rules here, sorry. Check completed Ebay auctions and chrono24.com.
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    Re: How to find value of a watch?

    Worth pretty much nothing. You should return it if you're a good person and have information of the whereabouts of the former tenant!
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    Re: How to find value of a watch?

    It is worth enough to make an honest effort to return it to the owner, or to advise them of its whereabouts.
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    Re: How to find value of a watch?

    Quote Originally Posted by dbakiva View Post
    It is worth enough to make an honest effort to return it to the owner, or to advise them of its whereabouts.
    Thanks, I have done this. Even after they stuck us for almost $800 in back rent and abandoned everything in their unit. It's been in storage for close to 90 days now and we are legally allowed to auction it all off. (I think it's after 30 days we can auction it). Every attempt as been made to contact them qwith the information they left us. Letters have been sent, phone calls made, and we haven't heard a thing back from them or any of their contacts.

    Thanks omega1234 I'll see if I can find any eBay auctions or on chrono24.

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    Re: How to find value of a watch?

    Bear in mind, chrono24 is ask price, not value. Same for ebay BIN. As Omega1234 says, its the closed ebay auctions that establish value. Of course the best way to find out is to offer it for auction on ebay. At the end of two weeks, you'll be able to come back here and tell us what the value is.

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    Re: How to find value of a watch?

    Best of luck to you mate.
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    Re: How to find value of a watch?

    Since this was cleansed I don't know what watch you are referring to

    I call an Ad, I look at watchseller site, ask Dave
    i look at right time site
    i google and read all the hits
    then I get the price, a fair price.
    no way to tell if the watch needs service ob eBay or if parts are legit
    using eBay as a source is nuts most of the time. I make money flipping the stuff I get.
    Pm me if you want

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    Re: How to find value of a watch?

    I posted it on ebay (Link in the ebay section on this site).

    Sorry for deleting the pics, I didn't want to continue to break the rules asking for a valuation that isn't allowed/discussed.

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