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I have the 1968 model of this watch, the one with the mesh band.. It is in extremely good shape and runs perfectly. I was wondering how or where to market this watch as it is unique and has a niche market. Either Sci-Fi or a collector.
Any infor would be helpful
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I agree with Peter, begin by Joining and Supporting IHC185 for full participation.
Then share pictures as there are several versions of movie related watches. From his description I am guessing Stephen has the Hamilton Odyssee 2001 (note different spelling to avoid copyright infringement) a conventional mechanical-automatic shown below this posting that was sold to the public around the time of movie release. There was both an early and a late version of the Oddyssee 2001 watch, below you will see the later one.
This may be the style of watch Stephen has available:
I like it.
The watch that I have is similiar, but it has different hands and also has different size circles on the number locations. Are you familiar with this watch?
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Yours is the earlier, less common of the two Odyssee 2001 watches.
As pointed out above to sell your watch here to serious collectors you will want to begin with Joining and Supporting IHC185 for full participation and I think your watch would sell for a fair price in the IHC185™ TRADING MART as it is not only an unusual and interesting design but it also has a movie tie-in which only adds to its appeal.
I got an hamilton odyssee over the weekend, the older model with the round hour markers.
it is in excellent condition, but came without a band.
any leads where i could find a period band to go with it?
Also, any idea the current value of this?
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