C11 mark 1 PVD value?

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C11 mark 1 PVD value?

Post by Dario » Wed Dec 18, 2019 9:33 am

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Not posted for a while as too mant things have gotten in the way.

I am thinking of thinning down my small watch collection. To this end was wondering is someone could give an indication of what sort of value is in an immaculate condition mark 1 C11 PVD? I love the face on the watch and i'm eally not sure if i want to let it go. That being said it has lived most of it's life on a winder so now is maybe the time for someone to actually wear it!

Hope this request does not break any forum rules.

PS I have had a look myself on here and on Ebay but could not find that much to go on.

Thanks in advance

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Re: C11 mark 1 PVD value?

Post by Amor Vincit Omnia » Wed Dec 18, 2019 9:43 am

This page from the CW archive gives you average resales for the C11 range.
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Re: C11 mark 1 PVD value?

Post by Dario » Wed Dec 18, 2019 12:31 pm

Thanks for that

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Re: C11 mark 1 PVD value?

Post by MarkingTime » Wed Dec 18, 2019 11:06 pm

It depends where you are in the world.

eBay is your best bet for market price, but don't sell as an auction, use "buy it now", maybe with offers and select a price based on the condition of your watch vs sold items.

A recent vintage PVD C11 just went for £385, so that would be a good ballpark figure. A basic auto C11 will fetch around £250-£300, usually.

The problem with auctions is in finding the right buyer at the right time in a niche market. "Buy it now" gives you more time to find the right buyer.

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