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Echoing What Others Have Said

Reserve prices aside, I see some very strong results within the Carreras:

2447NST: Est 6-8K GBP, sold for 16,250 ($23,338) <-- this was an exceptional example, slight premium to private market sale
3147S: Est 6-8K GBP, sold for 10,625 ($15,260) <-- this surprised me, given mediocre condition
2447N: Est 3-5K GBP, sold for 10,625 ($15,260) <-- condition was okay, slightly premium to a private market sale
3647N: Est 3-5K GBP, sold for 7,500 ($10,772) <-- it says a V92, but clearly states the case reads 7753N...franken?

I also saw healthy results with the following:

2447D: Est 4-6K GBP, sold for 6,250 ($9,000) <-- market price
7763 Autavia: Est 4-6K GBP, sold for 7,500 ($10,772) <-- above market price
73653 Carrera: Est 2-3K GBP, sold for 4,000 ($5,745) <-- above market price given lack of bracelet

Overall, no, none of these necessarily hit the cover off the ball, but I think all of those are healthy prices. It's my opinion that the Heuer market may have paused, but certainly hasn't given much / anything back from the last two years of value increases.


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