Raymond Weil Geneve Tango Wristwatch

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Wrist watch
Saint Cloud, WI USA
Description from user:

Raymond Weil Geneve Tango Wristwatch Stainless Steel Sapphire Crystal Approximately 1.5” in diameter Approximately 118 grams, including band


Answered within about 17 hours
Dec 11, 17:43 UTC
By David

Fair Market Value

$190 - $215 USD

Insurance Value

$0 USD
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Hello Robert,
Thank you for sending in this wristwatch to mearto.com for an appraisal. I shall try to help you with that today.
Gent’s, stainless steel, self-winding, water resistant (5 ATM), quartz, wristwatch with date and stainless-steel bracelet and double clasp buckle, S/N V233064,
Ref. 5590, made by Raymond Weil, Switzerland, circa 2005+/- 4 years.
Case: 37mm diameter (not including the crown), two leaf, stainless steel, tonneau shaped wristwatch case with broad polished rounded steel bezel with steel rondels placed at every hour marker, faceted slightly concave lugs, fluted setting crown protected by steel guards, polished pan shaped back cover with engine turned center marked “RW” and the periphery engraved, collection Tango, stainless steel, sapphire crystal, Swiss Made, WR (5ATM)”. The watch is integrated with a stainless-steel crenelated link bracelet with steel double clasp buckle.
Dial: Black dial with, applied steel faceted dart-shaped hour indices, doubled at the quarter hours except at three where there is a date aperture. There is an open bar minute track to the outside with a Cubist luminous square placed every five minutes. There are faceted steel Alpha luminous hands (similar to Dauphine hands) with a center seconds sweep pointer. The dial is signed “Raymond Weil, Geneve, Swiss Made”.
Movement: Not shown, but should be a Swiss made, timed and standardized quart movement.
Case – Case, lugs and bracelet have moderate amount of surface scratches. Condition- fair- good.
Dial – Excellent
Movement – Not shown but will assume it is quartz, original, genuine and functioning.
Raymond Weil Genève is a Swiss luxury watchmaker, founded in 1976 in Geneva. It is a family company founded by Raymond Weil and Simone Bédat. Raymond Weil led the company until his retirement in 2002. Weil died in 2014 and the company is now managed by his grandson Elie Bernheim. Simone Bedat and her son left the company in 1996.
Weil initially sold his designs from a foldout bridge table in a stall in Geneva. The line included both the traditional spring-powered and cog-and-gear mechanical Swiss watches and quartz-powered watches. He marketed the watches internationally towards lower-end luxury watch buyers.
As of 2014, the company sold 200,000 watches yearly at an average price of £1,000.
https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/69209177_raymond-weil-a-gentleman-s-tango-bracelet-watch (sold for 110 British Pounds in 2019)
https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/58144724_raymond-weil-a-gentleman-s-tango-bracelet-watch (sold for 130 GB Pounds in 2017)
https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/48893259_raymond-weil-a-gentleman-s-tango-bracelet-watch (sold for 140 GB Pounds in 2016)
https://www.ebay.com/itm/RAYMOND-WEIL-5590-TANGO-WRISTWATCH-BLACK-DIAL-GOLD-PLATED-BEZEL-STAINLESS-NOS-/383825526303?epid=1400559022&hash=item595dc8be1f%3Ag%3AR7MAAOSwmtFfvAXj&nma=true&si=f%252B0VDuk18jEzkyItswwrD0A2B%252Bw%253D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557 (Sold in 2020 with gold plating for $217)
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Raymond-Weil-Mens-Watch-Unused-5590/164405541868?hash=item2647557bec:g:PlQAAOSwGLpfcWvf (new, unused example sold for $210 in 2020)
Raymond Weil started out as a designer and by the start of the 21st century had chosen a more traditional path to Swiss watchmaking. Your quartz calendar wristwatch s aesthetically appealing and would sell today on the open market at a fair market of $190-$215.
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My best,

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