I will be collecting a Speedy 321 from my watch maker today. I have a second Speedy 321 I am probably going to sell, since I have arrived at the point where I do not want two examples. I actually sold the second Speedmaster to a collector. The watch was returned after inspection by his watchmaker and a $1k repair quote. I'm sure my watchmaker can make it right for less. And I've been wearing it nearly every day since he returned it weeks ago (keeps good time). I'll post a copy of his email if it helps. My question is this: should I offer it in its current state (needing service) so that a collector can have it serviced by the watchmaker of their choice? Or should I have my watchmaker service it then sell it? One thing to consider is the business relationship I have with my watchmaker. If I ever had a problem with his work, he would take care of it for me. Otherwise I don't have a warranty or paperwork to pass on to the next collector. What would your advice be?