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What's the best way of doing this pls ? 2k to 5k Breitling, IWC type stuff

Ta
 
What's the best way of doing this pls ? 2k to 5k Breitling, IWC type stuff

Ta
Sold a couple to Subdial last year and they were really good. If you want to sell privately try Chrono24 or Watch collecting.com for auction style sale.
 
Chrono24 or ebay via their certified scheme. Post them here I'm always trawling the watch sales.
 
i have 2 watches up for sale with Vintage & Prestige here in the UK
they sold my Breitling recently and am sending them another for a friend. Nice guy and very knowledgable - decent rates and saves you the headache of being involved with annoying buyers
I traded watches for years so was glad to avoid it now
 
Just been pointed to this. Was formally part of a forum that mainly resurrected the originals. But it was always a headache. Now someone finally threw some money at them and voila.

 
I have one of the Hamilton remakes - I think they really missed a trick.

With the original 70s Pulsar, you pushed a button to read the time and the Hamiltons faithfully copied this.

Later model Pulsars had "flick the wrist" actuation which is a vastly superior system.

Modern Casio G Shocks cost 10% what the Hamilton does and have "twist the wrist" to automatically activate the backlight at night so it can't be a complex or expensive mechanism.
 
I have one of the Hamilton remakes - I think they really missed a trick.

With the original 70s Pulsar, you pushed a button to read the time and the Hamiltons faithfully copied this.

Later model Pulsars had "flick the wrist" actuation which is a vastly superior system.

Modern Casio G Shocks cost 10% what the Hamilton does and have "twist the wrist" to automatically activate the backlight at night so it can't be a complex or expensive mechanism.
Ugh really! that’s put me off a bit

When i was on of my worldly watch hunts i came across Bruce in california and his phenomenal Pulsar collection - Too boot his dead brother lived in the cremated box on the kitchen table dining chair under some
magazines …

a photo of me wearing a P1 and also the “magic shop” in Japan where the guy has everything but sells nothing
 

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