Thread: Watch Valuation
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Old 23.06.2022, 15:25
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Re: Watch Valuation

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As they wish to insure it at "current market" value, they will certainly chage you a "current market" premium for this service.


If the watch was lost or stolen, as it is a recent model, it would be valued as per the current Rolex price list.


You can get an idea of actual value via Ricardo or Ebay however watch prices are very fickle and trhe smallest differecne can make the largest changes in value.


Also original papers and full set of boxes affect the price.
That is clear. Naturally I would be paying a higher premium if the insured value is higher. In the event of a loss, the payout would be at the insured value (or a replacement, if available).
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