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    ROLEX - what's it worth ?

    A friend of mine wants to buy a preowned Rolex, boxed with all certifications etc

    What ball park is it worth??

    It's a 116613LB Oyster Perp.

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    Chrono24 allows you to get a good enough estimate and shows market values + trend to enable you to set the right price. Recommend using that as a guide.

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    Yup, Chrono24 is your man.

    These at Watchfinder at the moment -


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    It pretty much even money new from an AD with an actual warranty and preowned. While probably not in stock, it is not that long of a wait here if you want this model (Maybe 30 days). I would advise new.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    It pretty much even money new from an AD with an actual warranty and preowned. While probably not in stock, it is not that long of a wait here if you want this model (Maybe 30 days). I would advise new.
    Assuming TT is available pretty quickly here I would think this is good advice..
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    The 1985 version of this watch was my first mechanical watch in that year. I've debated getting one again recently so that is how I know the lead time here. I'm reluctant to buy one, and then have Rolex release the 43mm Two Tone Sea Dweller in blue. Prefer the larger case size, and I'm in no hurry.
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