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I have an Invicta pro diver 3024 #881 of 1200 limited edition SW200 exhibition back, gold tone rotors, diamond markers etc. I’m curious what the sale value might be.
I also have the same in gun metal model 6153.
Both are in extremely excellent condition, no scratches on the crystals or bezels very little scuffs on the bracelets, I do have the extra links.
 

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WTF RULES OF CONDUCT

#9. POLICIES FOR: WATCH RELATED VALUATIONS
  • The WTF does not offer valuations or appraisals, nor do we recommend trying to have your watch valued online. Assessing the value of a watch is dependent on many factors, most of which require qualified persons having access to the watch directly. While members may provide their opinions as to the value of a watch, these are purely their opinions and do not represent the WTF. If you need an value for insurance purposes, contact a qualified watchmaker who is certified for this activity (this varies from country to country), an auction house or a reputable watch dealer. The Complete Price Guide to Watches by Tom Engle, Richard E. Gilbert and Cooksey Shugart, published by Tinderbox Press of Mt Pleasant, SC, USA (commonly known as “Shugart”) is a recognized starting point for watch valuations, but this does not represent a recommendation to use that book as anything but a starting point in determining your watch’s value. As the WTF is not in the business of watch valuation, we will not recommend anyone, but members may address individual requests with their own recommendations.
 

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Point taken but I was not asking WTF it was more about getting a feel from the members, as I’ve seen other members asking similar questions on watch value.
 

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I believe the most common recommendation is to check Ebay completed sales for a "ball-park" figure of what a watch may be worth. Also remember that it is common practice for an Invicta watch with an MSRP of $1200 to sell new for $200 or less
Here's an example straight from the Invicta web site:
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