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Bulova 98G66 Watch

I have this watch but have never worn it. It's still in the box with all the packing, warranty, stickers, labels etc.
I bought it from Service Merchandise which has gone out of business.
How can I sell it? The retail is $375, but I see authorized sellers are selling it for $165. I tried to list it on Amazon, but there was a message stating that I'm not authorized. I figure a local pawn shop will give me $80. Is there a better way to sell it?

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