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This is a Toughy without knowing anything about it. I have seen them in Pawn shops from 350.00 to 600.00 depending on condition and with what comes with them, a nice old scope that is still usable will bring it up a bit of course. It really depends on how bad you want that particular gun. A Great deal would be around 300 bucks for a usable slightly scuffed rifle with no scope. Problem is sometimes people are just a little more proud of the fire arm than you might wanna pay. If you are the one selling it and you are partial to it enough to have sentimental value in it and you think that makes it worth more, I'd suggest you keep it because the kicking yourself in the rear for years on end every time you see one or think about it is not worth it. If it's just gorgeous and you want to sell it and your sure of that though, I would think 4 to 450 would be a lower amount. Regular Used in good shape 400 is an average and beat up pretty good 325.00 to 375.
Fixing it could be at Least $ 75 to $100 and since the lens only sells for about $200 it may not be worth fixing. To sell it broken for parts will yeild you much less money. But if you can sell it and get enough money to keep it out of a landfill then it was worth it.
The HP Photosmart M537 is a 3-year old camera that was $100 when new. Yours is defective by your own admission and you want to sell it for "top dollar" to some poor soul? In its present condition, it's worth about $3 for parts. Even if the zoom worked, it would only be worth $20.
Probably not. Seiko won't sell to you and watchmakers normally are not in the business to sell parts. To make money selling parts the person has to sell a lot of parts or mark up the few they do sell a lot. A watchmakers time is worth more repairing watches than selling a few parts.
If you are lucky and find someone willing to sell one do you know how to install it?
Depending on where the crown broke there could be other damage to the watch. The case tube could need replacing or the stem could need replacing. Depending on how the crown was broken there could also be damage to the setting/winding mechanism.
It is best to have a qualified watchmaker repair this for you.
Before getting rid think twice. Because the value you for second selling is very low, Buying a new one is quite an asset. If the problem you had is minor i suggest to keep it otherwise (Problem with motherboard, processor) then get rid of it.