I recently purchased a grail of mine, a Casio MRG-1100 Frogamn. I payed quite a pretty penny and now I feel like I must sell a portion of my current collection to compensate. (I also promised my girlfriend that I would ) I currently own about 12 watches, a majority of them casios. I don't really need the money and was wondering if it would be a bad idea to sell? I don't want to make a decision that I would regret. I also wear many of the watches that I own because I like to enjoy what is in my collection and I know that the longer i keep them the more they will depreciate : ) Currently I am thinking of selling the watches that I do not wear so that they can fall into the hands of someone who will appreciate them as a collectible.
Here is what I own:
Casio Protrek PRW 1300t
Casio Giez Gs 1000
Casio MRG 110t
Casio DW 8900 (US release of MRG100)
Casio MRG 220t
Casio TC-600 (touch screen calculator watch from 80's which perfect crystal and is fully functional)
Casio DEP 700
Seiko Black Monster
Is it worth selling any of these? Deep down I feel like I should keep all the MR-G's, the DW-5200, the G-2000 and possibly the Seiko so that I have an analogue watch in my collection. The rest of the watches would be sold.
What would you guys do with a such a collection? Which ones would you sell? Which ones would you keep? Why?
I would really appreciate any replies! Thank you!!!!
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