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    Yes it has value... I'll give you 25 right now.

    Quote Originally Posted by cj415 View Post
    Wow! That is amazing. I had no idea that these held value like that.

    I had my 1966 GMT Master serviced a few years ago and they gave me back the original faded bezel. I always thought it was in rough shape, but I have to ask... is there any value in my bezel?




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    Ah Patina! i.e. sun and moisture damage. If you are really fortunate you can have 'mint' and patina!

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    Patina... Patina? That's a type of Australian potted meat isn't it? Wouldn't want any getting on my watch..

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    I shudder when my 5513 passes a tin of corned beef in Tesco.

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    Fray Bentos!

    actually those little keys on the side of the tin are really handy for winding things up..

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    Where as a knackered old Grana is worth every penny they fetch these days ...

    There is no logic to collecting.

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