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Look up completed sold items on eBay for Mido Ocean Star.
There is not a lot of value here unfortunately. There are a couple of recent eBay sales of similar style Ocean Stars in the $50-$80 range. However, the OP's watch looks like it has a mismatched bracelet so I think you would be lucky to get $50, and that's assuming it's fully functional.
 
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