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Anyone have any idea how much these are going for, used (but in mint or near mint condition)? Bracelet re-sizing is okay, so long as all links provided. Papers, boxes, a must.
Yeah -- the quartz watch that James Bond wore in GoldenEye.
Thank you very much!
Link to my Omega Seamaster 2252.50 review: For a 21st Century Goldfinger
Link to my Omega Seamaster 2254.50 review: Should'a been Bond's Omega
Link to my Omega Seamaster 2255.80 review: "The Electric Blue"
Link to my Omega Seamaster 2531.80 review: Bond's second Omega
Link to my Omega Seamaster 2541.80 review: Actually-- Bond's first Omega
Link to my Omega Seamaster 2561.80 review: Mid-sized version of 2541.80