Rolex Oysterquarz 1987

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PDW
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Rolex Oysterquarz 1987

Post by PDW » Tue May 09, 2017 1:31 pm

I would appreciate a valuation estimate on my Rolex Oysterquartz, SS and gold, which I purchased new in 1987. I have box, papers, Rolex service receipt (cleaning) in 2001. Rolex New York has regularly replaced the battery and their records will confirm provenance. Photos attached. Serial number 17013. Worn pretty much every day, but condition good. Photos attached. Thank you. PDW.
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Re: Rolex Oysterquarz 1987

Post by zafbasha » Fri Jun 02, 2017 11:29 am

Probably around $2600-3000 retail...that's all I can find from auction results. Dealers will be a good deal lower as quartz watches are usually hard to sell.

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