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Rolex Sub value

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by bigbore613, Sep 23, 2011.

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  1. bigbore613

    bigbore613 Active Member

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    Looking for a value on a Stainless Submariner with date Submariner in red letters , 7-71 on the original band Good shape needs buffing on the band and cristal.Any help appreciated. Thanks,Jeff
     
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    Suggest you consider using EBay to offer comparisons.
     
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    Already checked Fleabay they are all over the board some asking $10,000 for one like this and thats not right. Jeff
     
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    Jeff, What model 1680? What type of shape is the dial and hands? Spotted? Does band have alot of slop in it? A prestine one I would guess 10-12k at retail. And an average one 7-9k. A few months ago I saw a 5513 sub that I thought was a $4500 dollar watch go for 11 grand at a local action house here in Cleveland.
     
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    If you have a what we call "Red Sub" form the early '70s, in original good, tight, unpolished condition, it's easily in the five digit range.

    Take the bracelet off, check the ref. # & ser. #, on each side between the lugs, I can tell you what you got.

    If it's what I think it is, you should sell it on a wrist watch forum.
     
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