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Military watch collection being auctioned on May 20th - includes "Dirty Dozen" watches.


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Just flicked through the lots advertisement and it reminded me I have a first edition frosted silver mint £1 coin somewhere.. cost me £30 at the time. I wonder what it's worth now?

No need to answer, I'm off to have a look. :thumbsup:

Edit.. I'm rich! It's worth between £25 to £70 hahahaha! It's still in the actual envelope with all the documents from the royal mint so I guess it would hit nearer £70.. 40 years later and chances are you haven't made anything on collecting coins. 

Don't believe the hype!

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Just looked at the prices realised, and was wondering why the four modern quartz Seikos went for much more than their estimates?  One, for example, was estimated at £80 - £120 and sold for £650.  

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On 26/05/2021 at 17:18, Eaglegale said:

Just looked at the prices realised, and was wondering why the four modern quartz Seikos went for much more than their estimates?  One, for example, was estimated at £80 - £120 and sold for £650.  

Because the estimates are ridiculously low, I’m actually surprised the mk1s only went for £400

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