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Well, you can disagree with me, but i'm prepared to say that nobody will pay $14,000 for that watch again before 2020.
One buyer does not make a market, and there are plenty of watches in the $10-14,000 bracket that collectors will be buying before that watch.....pepsi Rolexes of the 80's and 90's come to mind for just a start.

And just to add, if that watch is worth $14,000 to more than a few, then what are original Carrera's doing?

He paid too much...simple.

: 99 is a great number!
: Nine is pronounced Jo in Chinese
: Jo means forever....
: Jo, Jo means forever, forever!
: That is a great number so you will be forever
: ————-....lucky?
: Rich? Successful?
: .....or whatever you want to be forever in....
: That’s pimpin!

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