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Thread: Seiko Seahorse 7625-8031 value?.

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    Seiko Seahorse 7625-8031 value?.

    I'm looking for a vintage Seiko dress watch and have been offered what looks like a very very nice indeed Seiko 7625-8031 Seahorse automatic.It has a nice white dial with crisp lettering,sword hands look great too.The bracelet is the original signed Seiko,a little on the small side at only 6.5,a beads of rice look.
    Id be wearing it on a good quality leather I think.
    I can email a pic to ascertain a value,I've searched and found prices all over the place!.

    https://s19.postimg.org/t4kq8dczn/image.jpg

    Thanks for any input,much appreciated.

    Paul
    Last edited by P9CLY; 7th December 2017 at 17:24.

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    It is very difficult to value a relatively low-key model in a massively inflationary market and so as is so often the case, such watches end up selling for whatever the buyer believes they are worth, without any obvious clear points of reference. In the case of the 7625-8031, recent eBay auctions have seen watches sell for between $25 (slightly ropey condition and without the Seahorse branding) all the way up to 225 for a smart black dialed watch. The closest to yours in terms of your description (although a black-dialed example) is this one which sold for 170. A couple on WUS appear to have sold for 225 and 198 in the past year and so it looks as though somewhere in the region of 200 might be in order, assuming the condition is as you describe and it does not need a service.

    Martin

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    Link to actual watch.....https://s19.postimg.org/t4kq8dczn/image.jpg

    Any thoughts on value?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P9CLY View Post
    It looks nice. See my comments above on likely value.

    M

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    Quote Originally Posted by MartinCRC View Post
    It looks nice. See my comments above on likely value.

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    Thanks for the info Martin.

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