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CWC G10 selling advice...


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I started collected G10's when my GMTII started increasing in value, I wanted to feel slightly less conscious when travelling on the underground, reaching up for the grab rail and exposing my watch.  Whilst I wanted something 'every day' and less obvious, I still wanted something I enjoyed wearing and that had something about it, history and desirability etc.  

 

Anyway getting to the point, my life long friend wants to offload his GMTII and I am looking at purchasing from him.  In order to get this past the Long Haired General, I will need to sell some or all of my CWC collection... I have been a keen collector of the navigator style and managed to locate and purchase the coveted 1980 "Fat Nav" which I am also prepared to let go to a worthy custodian at the right price...   I am looking for some selling advice, happy to use this forum, another forum or eBay to sell, obviously very keen to get a guide on prices...

 

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The Military Watch Resourse ( MWR ) would be a good place to start.

I see that you have 2 x Falklands War era ( ARMY ) G10's which could command a little more and also the 6B ( RAF ).

The 0555 ( RM ), I thought that they were only issued for one year and that was 91 and not 94. I could be totally wrong. That is why, imo MWR is a good forum with alot of knowlegable members.

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Are you based in London? If further north the watch fair is next weekend in Birmingham and there is a military watch dealer there usually.  She would be able to give you trade prices for all of them.

At worse she isn't there and you go to a watch fair, so nothing to loose 

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Your best bet is EBay or start getting involved in military watch forums and build up your post count in order to use their sales forums.

You will likely get a better price on EBay than selling to a dealer.

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