It's not always easy to determine the price of an older watch. Of course, there are some brands and models that are generally more expensive than others, i.e., Patek Philippe, Audemars Piguet or Rolex. But the true value of your watch also depends on other factors:
- Does it have elaborate complications such as a chronograph or perpetual calendar?
- Are all the components and strap original?
- Is the watch a special edition or part of a limited run?
- Is the watch a coveted vintage model like the Universal Genève Polerouter or the Tag Heuer Autavia, for example?
The more questions you answered "yes" to, the better chance you have of selling your watch at a high price.