Where does one go to find watch values? I have a SS Omega Seamaster and a SS Corum I'm trying to value.
Indubitably.... at least it's a good place to start! Very few of us own jewelry or pawn shops - I know I don't. We're not professional evaluators or appraisers either. EBay is simply a handy place to go to find out how much the general public is willing to pay for any given watch! If your thing is intrinsic value, take it to a jeweler or the "WE BUY YOUR OLD GOLD AND COINS" guy. Of course the Bay isn't your only recourse of exploration!!! But it has satisfied maybe 95% of the people so far who have asked "what's this worth?" And that's a good track record.So...Whazzit Worth??? Shall acquisitory avarice be my only guide? Am I left alone on EBAY to make my own decisions with no guidence? uh-oh!
The problem is that's asking price. We need actually selling prices to determine what a watch is really selling for. I mean, I could ask $35,000 for my Seiko 009. Nobody would buy it, but there would be the listing as evidence.Chrono24 is a good website to judge the latest asking prices for a variety of different watches in different conditions.
Chrono24 - Luxury watches | buy watches | sell a pre-owned watch
Just use the search function to look for the kind of watch you want to see the value of.
Agreed. I said it was the asking price.The problem is that's asking price. We need actually selling prices to determine what a watch is really selling for. I mean, I could ask $35,000 for my Seiko 009. Nobody would buy it, but there would be the listing as evidence.