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    Space 1 titanium

    Hello,
    I am a new member, I inheritated a watch, a space 1 by sinn in titanium from my father.
    Can you help me to find out how much it´s worth ?
    Thank you

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    What about a little introduction of yourself first ??
    Guess you're FRench !

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    Can we at least have some photos of the watch to enjoy?

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    Kronofred, I have never been strong in presentations ... I have 32 years, I live in a nice, I'm french, I am 1,85m tall and I weight 90kg...and I have lost my father 1 month ago...
    Is that enough ? What about you ?
    I guess you are french too
    Six 13, here is one picture (photo) of the watch.

    Sinon on peut se parler en français, non ?

    Bonne continuation et merci pour votre contribution.
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    Welcome to the forum and thanks for the information.

    I think with introductions it is not so much a physical description of yourself but a polite where you are from and your thoughts on your Bell & Ross with a photo of it. Well along these lines anyway.

    Everyone on this forum is passionate about Bell & Ross and that is why we like to know a little about new members and their watches and not just break straight into a question.

    Sorry to hear about the loss of your father. In saying this I hope you do not want to know how much the watch is worth because you are thinking of selling it?

    I myself would not know how much it is worth but other forum members may possibly know.

    But please keep the watch, it was your fathers and it is a beautiful piece.
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    Well say D.
    @ noi it is an international forum so please keep speaking english.
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    Look forward to viewing your next pics.
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    I ´ll never sell this watch, it has a big sentimental value for me. It is one of the only souvenir of my father that I have...
    But I have a sister, and I would like to give her some money as compensation.
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noi_zet@hotmail.com View Post
    I ´ll never sell this watch, it has a big sentimental value for me. It is one of the only souvenir of my father that I have...
    But I have a sister, and I would like to give her some money as compensation.
    Thank you.
    I am so glad you are keeping it and for all the right reasons.

    I hope someone can help you out with s price, maybe do an internet search and see if there are any second hand examples for sale?

    But judging by your photo your watch looks in great condition so may fetch a little more.

    It is so difficult putting a price on a family gem such as this.

    Perhaps your sister can help you out with a price.

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    Sorry for the loss of your father, that's great you decided to keep the watch in his memory.
    Price would be 1200-1500€ depending on its condition, if you have the box and all the papers, if it has been already serviced or not. Not easy to say!
    Have a look at Chrono24, to compare with others of the same model.
    We're pleased to welcome you here, hoping you wanna join the BROG

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    Thanks everybody for your help.

    See you soon !

    PS : What is the BROG ?

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    Bell & Ross Owners Group.

    Means you are now officially a proud owner of a Bell & Ross timepiece like most of us here who frequent this forum often.

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    Welcome and condolences. You have a unique timepiece, your father had excellent sense of style.

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    Condolences BRo, but welcome to this place and a great looking piece!! Show us a wrist shot
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