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Omega Vintage with caliber 266 and year 1954

  1. nordeste

    nordeste May 15, 2020

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    Dear Sirs, good morning:
    I am a modest collecionist from Spain.
    I have a Omega vintage with caliber 266 and serial number 14... belongs to the year 1954.
    I bought in a wachmaker was closing, and dont use it.
    I would like toknow more or less his value to trade or sell.
    All your comments and opinions are always welcome.
    I wish you a fantastic weekend
    Take care with the big problem of "corona virus".
    Kind regards and all the best.
    Luis.
     
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  2. Annapolis

    Annapolis May 22, 2020

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    This site is not a valuation service, but to avoid being inhospitable...

    It's hard to say without knowing whether it runs and keeps good time, but assuming it does, you might search around eBay and see what comparable watches are being listed for. A quick scan would suggest that a lot of people are trying (maybe unsuccessfully) to get about $500 US for these.

    If that's the original strap/buckle, there could be some value in that too...
     
  3. efauser

    efauser I ♥ karma!!! May 22, 2020

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    Check the sold listings on ebay. That will give the approx market value.
     
  4. Annapolis

    Annapolis May 22, 2020

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    Even better. I sometimes forget that that's an option.

    To repeat stale wisdom, a thing is worth whatever someone's willing to pay for it. If you don't need to sell it right now, you might do better to hold onto it and wait until the economy rematerializes, and, with it, people's expendable income. It's probably not a seller's market right now.
     
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