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Valuing Bracelets (a 7912 w/o endlinks in my case)

  1. kidkimura

    kidkimura Apr 7, 2016

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    I'm in the market for 7912 bracelet. I looked through sold ebay listings but because of variations in both quality and sold dates, the range was pretty broad. Where is our speedmaster101 for bracelets? OmegaBracelets101.com?
     
  2. sky21

    sky21 Apr 7, 2016

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    A 7912 without end links and in good condition would probably cost at least $1000 I would think. I agree a price table would be useful since they're so expensive now.
     
  3. oddboy

    oddboy Zero to Grail+2998 In Six Months Apr 7, 2016

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    Yeah, decent ones, about $1000..

    What's your plan for endlinks? 617's?
     
  4. cristos71

    cristos71 Apr 7, 2016

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    C´mon guys, a price table for flat links! Surely there aren´t that many variables to consider?
     
  5. kidkimura

    kidkimura Apr 7, 2016

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  6. abrod520

    abrod520 Apr 7, 2016

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    Bracelets are tough because of all the variables: Condition, sure - but also length and presence of end links can contribute hugely to the sale price. I'd say that $2200 one from the West Coast is your best guidance for now, as that was in top condition, good length but without end links. Come down from there for worse condition; add something like $600-1000 for correct #6 end links.