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Hi All,

I'm a new member from London, UK. My father has an Oyster Perpetual Datejust with diamond dials, which he intends to give to me. I have the serial number and it's been verified as genuine by Watches of Switzerland, but it has a number of small scratches on the glass, a dent in one of the strap links, and of course no paperwork.

I doubt that it's rare enough to significantly appreciate in value as a collectible, and since I will never wear it, I was thinking of selling it. As such, I was just wondering if anyone could estimate a price for it, and furthermore, what is the best way to go about selling such an item?

Thanks so much,

Will

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I know - sacrilege! He did tell me to sell it if I wanted, as he knows I don't wear a watch though...
Thanks for your advice too Arthur - I'll have a look at the rules.
Best,
Will
 
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