Thinking of selling a watch, how do I find out how much to ask?

kbell

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Search the net & see if any others are for sale & what they are asking.
You can look at completed ebay listings too.

If it's rare/valuable & there's none for sale you could consult with a local appraiser.
 
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skyqueen

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Search the net & see if any others are for sale & what they are asking.
You can look at completed ebay listings too.

If it's rare/valuable & there's none for sale you could consult with a local appraiser.
Good advice!
 

Docjeun

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This is the watch I am talking about, I bought it so many years ago, I would say maybe 20, have no idea what it's called but never wear it, it's just sitting in my jewelery armoire.... 003.JPG
 

alex9179

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Pretty! There are several that are like or similar to yours on eBay. Just type in Omega Constellation in the search. If I were in the market, I'd want some kind of authentication to be included.
 

Docjeun

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I don't have any authentication on it but it has only been worn a few times. Just like brand new although I know that hardly manners when it comes to the price of it. I'll check that out, thank you.
 

katie~

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I'd do a search on Chrono24 . Seek an average for condition. Lower your price as you have no box or papers. Then try selling it via kijji, or through consignment. Jmo.