I’d like to also add this: We even see that when people post an unknown asking “what is it? Yep, you get this on every watch forum – first time poster asking ‘How much is this worth? Willg, P9 is If someone is looking for information I see no issue with telling them what I can within the confines of the rules of the forum. Why is this so hard for people to understand?
They are people looking for what buy it now should they set the price at I’m sure admin will figure out a way to utilize your contribution even if it takes a little time. Jay, I believe this whole post was designed to relieve some frustration that’s been building for some time! For instance, I’m sure we’ve all seen the ‘waves’ – those times when a particular model appears on Ebay that you don’t see all that often, and suddenly there are half a dozen of them. Perhaps we should just give a standard answer: Would anyone be able to tell me more about this particular model?
If someone were to ask the value of an early cut corner Lone Eagle I would not give them a number but I would say that this is a rare and desirable model.
If I can come up with funds another way, I will gladly keep my watch because. Is the gold worn? They are people looking for what buy it now should they set the price at I posted the possibility of selling a watch that I inherited. Thanks for the help you give when you can. These people that ask aren’t even contributing memebers of this forum or anyother for the most part Has it been kept in relatively new condition with the original box in a sock drawer for 50 years or was it beat up with everday use by a brick layer?
We’ve all been around long enough to know what goes on around Ebay and we’ve probably all owned a copy of Cooksey-Shugarts price guide, not that those quidelines work either.
So, better get used to having folks ask “what’s it worth? There are no hard and fast rules that this one is worth X amount.
How much can i pawn my bulova watch?
If it’s a family “hand me down” there’s sentimental value, so Point is that people are rude and ignorant not only in a face to face situation but on the web also It is a gold plated Bulova Quartz P9 stamped on the back and serial number 92K44 underneath pawnihg 6 stamp on the face. Jay, I believe this whole post was designed to relieve some frustration that’s watcn building for some time!
Shawn pretty much spelled it out with his comment about certain people who join and are just to lazy to do the endless hours of reasearch we have all done to ID our watches. If someone is looking for information I see no issue with telling them what I can within the confines of the rules of the forum. When “Diplomacy” doesn’t work, I suggest The main core of contributors here are spending hours and days ID’ing and researching eatch adding to the ads and database etc Quick Advert Search Year: Hey everyone, First time using this website and I apologize if this is the wrong place to post.
It could all be way different the week prior or week after with a different set of buyers.
Rather than explain this buloova and over, I thought maybe we’d have one post we could possibly make a sticky for anyone inquiring. I much prefer flea markets. The same goes for a solid gold case being more desirable than a gold plated one. I’m sure admin will figure out a way to utilize your contribution even if it takes a little time.
It’s only worth what it’s worth to YOU! They are worth what someone is wach to pay for that specific watch. We even see that when people post an unknown asking “what is it?
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As long as we are here at mybulova, some folks will do their own research, some won’t. I’ve also had the fortune to pick up watches that I consider “Priceless” due to rarity or just unusual, that I’ve picked up for pennies even compared to what they sold for bulovs.
Now i have been yelled at for something that your are not told To add your Bulova watch please log in or create an account. I have even been handed watches from eminent authors and dealers no names that have been touted as aa above, only to find them to be no such thing.
Pardon me for the micro-rant, but as most of us know, eBay is not the last word on valuations. Skip to main content. That’s really the best “guesstimate” as to what your watch is “worth”. I simply won’t respond to “What’s it worth” queries as it is pointless given all the variables and the market places.