The #1 email question I get is "what is my watch worth"
The market value of your watches is constantly changing. There are three factors that will determine the value of an old watch: They are:
1) How desirable the watch is.
2) The condition the watch is in
3) How much someone is actually willing to pay for it (Market Demand)
The best way to determine the value of your watch is to look on eBay for a watch that matches your own and see what it sells for.
Please do not send me an email asking me 'What's My Watch Worth?'.
I'm sorry -- I DO NOT GIVE WATCH VALUES
These emails get deleted without response....
A Book is also available at your local Barnes and Noble, or Amazon.com. It is called "The Complete Price Guide to Watches", by Cooksley Shugart, Tom Engle, and Richard Gilbert. It is very popular book among collectors and will help you determine an estimate of what your watch is worth. Again, the true "value" of a watch is what someone is willing to pay you for it. Books can only give an idea of the value.