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A marketplace for chronographs, dive watches and other tool-type wristwatches and timepieces
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: How much ru asking without a trade?
Thanks for the question. You are correct, I forgot to put an estimated trade range. I assumed that everyone knew the value of the Rint.
I have my watch listed on Chrono 24 $28,500. It's a fair value, considering its untouched condition and the serial number still visible.
I have some wiggle room but not that much. Thus, is if someone has an awesome Chrono from the 40-60's worth X we could apply towards the watch exchange.
I prefer vintage watches with large 39MM - 42" dial with patina and original lume. Love the Longine's, Eberhard, Doxa, Mido, Jeager, LeCoutre,
Must be completely original and not Frankenstein or marriage.