Longines 13zn, need help

Re: Longines 13zn, need help

Postby jason_recliner » June 4th 2015, 2:09am

To be honest, $3k for any non-original vintage steel watch is pretty good.
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Re: Longines 13zn, need help

Postby Kahuna74 » June 4th 2015, 8:21am

Maddy wrote:Hi,

We tried both. There will be 3 auctiondates for other watches, but when a watch is not fully original they won't auction it off.

That's why we still have this one..

That makes sense, because it is basically a Frakenwatch. I think that case back ends up being a big part of a problem. Did any of the auction houses who looked at it, give you any idea of what they felt it is worth, the way it is?
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Re: Longines 13zn, need help

Postby Maddy » June 4th 2015, 9:53pm

Hi,

No they didn't.. Christie's only gives guiding prices when the watch is completely original. Longines didn't want to give me an estimate..

I've sold the watch a few hours ago and am happy with the outcome. Buyer knows what he bought.

Thank you all for helping me out with this one.
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Re: Longines 13zn, need help

Postby Kahuna74 » June 5th 2015, 4:11am

Maddy wrote:Hi,

No they didn't.. Christie's only gives guiding prices when the watch is completely original. Longines didn't want to give me an estimate..

I've sold the watch a few hours ago and am happy with the outcome. Buyer knows what he bought.

Thank you all for helping me out with this one.

Good for you, and glad to here you and the buyer are happy with the outcome.
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