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    WW2 Panerai up for auction

    Just for information. Lockdales are auctioning a rather nice 1945 Panerai 3646 - Lot 307? A lovely thing.

    Estimates to 20-30k

    My estimate 60-70k.

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    Don't think it'll get to 60k in the current vintage Panerai market.

    Very honest watch, the dial is pretty distressed, but nice to see the original buckle is still with the it.

    Would be very happy to buy it near the low estimate!!

    MW

    My guess - 44k on the hammer, so about 56k all-in.
    Last edited by Mike Wood; 5th February 2019 at 16:00.

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    Here's a 3646 that sold on 23.01.19:


    https://www.artcurial.com/en/node/1112390


    84.5k Eu...


    Edit: Should have added there was also a 6152 in the same auction...


    https://www.artcurial.com/en/lot-pan...6638-m1055-116

    226k Eu...
    Last edited by jwg663; 5th February 2019 at 17:27.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Wood View Post
    Don't think it'll get to 60k in the current vintage Panerai market.

    Very honest watch, the dial is pretty distressed, but nice to see the original buckle is still with the it.

    Would be very happy to buy it near the low estimate!!

    MW

    My guess - 44k on the hammer, so about 56k all-in.

    I bet you would Mike. It would be a nice addition to the collection. It will be interesting to see what it goes for, but you are right that prices for these have softened over the last few years, but what makes this one different, in my opinion, is the engraving on the back.

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