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What Is My Watch Worth?

People frequently want to know how much their antique or vintage watch is worth. Unfortunately, determining your watch's value is a hard question to answer. These web pages covers many of the general ways to try and find an answer to this question.

Table of Contents

There Is No Single Dollar Value
The Most Accurate Method
The Quickest Method
The Price Guide Method
The Online Elgin Database Method
The eBay Completed Auctions Method
The Appraisal Method
The Evaluation Method     (General Overview)
The Evaluation Method     (Detailed)
The Email the Webmaster Method


The Email the Webmaster Method

Sorry, but this really isn't a method that works. I'm afraid that without lots of good pictures to evaluate the condition and a bunch of research on my part, I really can't give you a good estimate of your watch's value.

While I'm quite happy to help out by writing up web pages like this one, I really don't have time to answer the half dozen email requests per day that I get. If you email me, I'll just refer you to this web page.

PRO:   None
CON:   You just end up reading this anyway


Table of Contents

There Is No Single Dollar Value
The Most Accurate Method
The Quickest Method
The Price Guide Method
The Online Elgin Database Method
The eBay Completed Auctions Method
The Appraisal Method
The Evaluation Method     (General Overview)
The Evaluation Method     (Detailed)
The Email the Webmaster Method

While I'm not an expert, I believe the information on this page is correct. Please send suggestions and corrections to the webmaster.
This web site runs on 100% Open Source Software. This web page was last changed on 06/13/2001 at 00:42:51.