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    Some nice pieces at this auction


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    Craftsman
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    i've used there auctions before, now the "hype" crowd use them, so it is no longer worth bidding.

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    Lot 109 is rather tasty, an original CWC 1983 RN Diver, you don't see too many of those coming to sale.

    A nice Omega SM300 military and half a Milsub.

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    The milsub has lost pretty much all that makes it a milsub which is a shame
    Same for the SM300 no caseback markings

    The Rhodesian Airforce Speedmaster is a grail of mine. I will be interested to see what it goes for
    Last edited by Sinnlover; 14th May 2021 at 16:02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by optix View Post
    i've used there auctions before, now the "hype" crowd use them, so it is no longer worth bidding.
    Based on previous auctions there's still a lot to be interested in outside the usual suspect and I don't think the less mainstream pieces go for silly mojey generally. A few I keep an eye out for have sold well below Chrono24 or eBay asking prices (after fees) in the last 3-4 auctions.
    Prices are going up everywhere though.

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    The Universal Geneve is lovely.

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    There are a lot of watch models in there that I have owned before, at estimates that make me wonder what I was thinking. If indeed I was at all.
    And some wierd ones too. The Girard Perregaux Fiat can be bought at retail for the auction estimate (there are loads on Chrono24, usuall cheaper than that), which makes their usual "estimate low to draw them in" method look a little off.

    It seems intereating that the estimated value of the "poor man's" versions is slowly creeping toward the (more static) estimates of the real things.

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    A really nice collection there. There are a few pieces I wouldn’t mind adding to the collection!


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