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    Default Market strength and prices

    I have been watching an ATG member trying to sell a Timefactors limited edition watch on another forum for a considerable time but without success...so far. There have been posts suggesting that s/h watch values/prices are falling. As far as military watches are concerned, quite the opposite is true - prices are strong and increasing - anything decent is snapped up within hours (or minutes) of being advertised, usually at the asking price. I have even received PMs from people wanting to buy my watches.

    My experience is rather similar to the classic car world at the moment - racing cars with history are strong sellers but road cars have to be exceptional or they won't sell - no-one wants anything mediocre. I see military watches with their scars of a hard working life as the watch equivalent of an old racing car - both usually have dents and scratches but that's all part of the patina and provenance - more importantly, both have served a functional purpose beyond perhaps being merely cosmetic.

    I was wondering what sort of experiences others have had recently?

    (As for that watch (which I'm sure you have all seen), if its refinishing is a problem, wouldn't it look great in pvd? If you're bored of it and can't shift it, why not keep it and give it the pvd treatment? Didn't Jack at IWW pvd one?).

    Regards

    Jon'.
    Last edited by StampeSV4; 03-02-2010 at 19:15.

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