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    Hi there.

    Am looking for some info.

    What sort of sales value could be put on a two month old 114060.

    Purchased from a WOS AD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxyadam View Post
    Hi there.

    Am looking for some info.

    What sort of sales value could be put on a two month old 114060.

    Purchased from a WOS AD.

    Thanks
    Adam.


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    Between £7k and £10k depending on your patience.

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    Guess you’re ‘not bonding’ with it then?
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    Not massively no.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RJM25R View Post
    Between £7k and £10k depending on your patience.
    Agree with that. 8-9k definitely achievable fairly easily. But, if I was you - try it for a little longer than two months, it is a fantastic watch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss13 View Post
    Agree with that. 8-9k definitely achievable fairly easily. But, if I was you - try it for a little longer than two months, it is a fantastic watch.
    Can’t imagine for a minute anybody’s paying 9 or 10k for that matter for one of these

    Maybe 7.5 to 8

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooshabak View Post
    Can’t imagine for a minute anybody’s paying 9 or 10k for that matter for one of these

    Maybe 7.5 to 8
    Value in the 'last of' 40mm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooshabak View Post
    Can’t imagine for a minute anybody’s paying 9 or 10k for that matter for one of these

    Maybe 7.5 to 8
    I agree with this - a private seller could never sell for what dealers advertise watches, so even if dealers are selling them for £9.5k, you could probably get max £8k yourself

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    Had a recent dealer offer of 9k for a well worn 2018 sub date. Hence I assume you will get 8.5k to 9k for a 2 month old sub non date. At least 8k surely.

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    I think £8.5k a good compromise?


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    Also does depend somewhat on where you are planning on selling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxyadam View Post
    Hi there.

    Am looking for some info.

    What sort of sales value could be put on a two month old 114060.

    Purchased from a WOS AD.

    Thanks
    Adam.


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    I’ll chance my arm - are you wishing it had a date function on it?

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    £6K+ selling to a dealer - depends which dealer you sell to, more of a private sale.

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    It all depends how much you want to make from it.

    Anything above the £6450 RRP is a profit.

    I know they’re in demand and command above RRP so it all depends on what you want. You could probably make a quick £1000- £1500 profit on here at £7.5k to £8k

    There were two similar to yours that sold on eBay last month for £9250 and an offer below £9500 so maybe eBay is your best bet.

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    eBay has free or £1 final fee offers, but this only works if you accept payment using PayPal, so that will need to be factored in. I would say maybe £7.5k but I guess it depends about the availability of the new and improved movement version over the coming months


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    Sorry meant to say £7.5k to £8k


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    £7.5k on here is fair for one of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berty234 View Post
    £7.5k on here is fair for one of these.
    Last one to sell here went for that in August pre-disco. Would say it's higher now. £8-8.5k depending on age/condition/warranty for a private sale on here seems right. More if it's brand new stickered etc but a lot of this depends on how availability is on the new 124060 as I'm sure most would rather have one of those.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wileeeeeey View Post
    a lot of this depends on how availability is on the new 124060
    We all know those will be in windows before Christmas

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    All depends where you're selling. If on SC, best put it up at a slight discount to what you paid - you know, just to avoid any arguments and to "keep it on the forum".

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    8-8.5k would be a reasonable price. I can’t see these going much higher as the new supply filters through which a large majority seem to favour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boss13 View Post
    We all know those will be in windows before Christmas
    LOL highly doubtful

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    So did you sell it?
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    I reached out to watch finder a couple of weeks ago and they offered the below - mine is a dec 2019


    Subject to inspection, our initial offer is between £8,000 and £8,250. This estimate is valid for 7 days.

    I kept it in the end and they came back to me to chase up and ask ifI wanted a call so my guess is £8500-£9000 via private sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by R0bertb00th View Post
    I reached out to watch finder a couple of weeks ago and they offered the below - mine is a dec 2019


    Subject to inspection, our initial offer is between £8,000 and £8,250. This estimate is valid for 7 days.

    I kept it in the end and they came back to me to chase up and ask ifI wanted a call so my guess is £8500-£9000 via private sale
    That’s on a no date sub?
    That’s a really high offer from WF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nairn1980 View Post
    That’s on a no date sub?
    That’s a really high offer from WF
    Yes on a no date sub


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    I paid £9k for my 114060 from WF a couple of months ago. That was on the back of a really good p/x offer for a Panerai. The watch is a full-set minter and factoring in a 12 month warranty and option to return within 14 days, was happy with the price. I would probably have paid £8-8.5k from a forum member at the time, but then would have had the hassle of selling my Pam. I see they've only one 114060 listed at the moment and asking just short of £11k for it.

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    I think as a private sale you would be looking at 7.5k considering you can purchase one for £8.4 from a highly respected dealer.

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/9186

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    Quote Originally Posted by boring_sandwich View Post
    I think as a private sale you would be looking at 7.5k considering you can purchase one for £8.4 from a highly respected dealer.

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/9186
    But the OPs is two months old with almost the full five year warranty whilst Haywood’s is eight years old. You’re hardly comparing like for like.

    Although as always, Haywood’s watches are almost always the most reasonably priced and this one is no exception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nairn1980 View Post
    That’s on a no date sub?
    That’s a really high offer from WF
    Nice way to corner the market ;)

    Great for current sellers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boring_sandwich View Post
    I think as a private sale you would be looking at 7.5k considering you can purchase one for £8.4 from a highly respected dealer.

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/9186
    For an 8 year old watch you could be right. Not for anything within warranty though.

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    Some of the prices are bonkers.

    If anyone wants to throw an obscene offer at me I’d sell mine for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooshabak View Post
    Can’t imagine for a minute anybody’s paying 9 or 10k for that matter for one of these

    Maybe 7.5 to 8
    As I said, depends on your patience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave+63 View Post
    It all depends how much you want to make from it.

    Anything above the £6450 RRP is a profit.

    I know they’re in demand and command above RRP so it all depends on what you want. You could probably make a quick £1000- £1500 profit on here at £7.5k to £8k

    There were two similar to yours that sold on eBay last month for £9250 and an offer below £9500 so maybe eBay is your best bet.
    Thing is did they actually sell? or was it the usual mutual agree to not go ahead with the sale. eBay you cannot cage a price as you actually ever know it sold unless you ask the chap who bought it lol

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    Probably worth a touch more as 2 month old
    Quote Originally Posted by boring_sandwich View Post
    I think as a private sale you would be looking at 7.5k considering you can purchase one for £8.4 from a highly respected dealer.

    https://www.miltonaires.com/product/9186
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