An extremely common question is someone wanting to know specifics about a watch they have or have seen.
Often, the person will try to identify what they have by describing what it looks like.
The used watch market varies over time and across countries.
Even more critical is the condition of the watch you have.
Such markings on the bracelet only identify the bracelet.
While the initial release of the database is still being filled in with details, the listings are not totally comprehensive.
Either way, make sure the number you record is 8-digits long, otherwise you may have recorded something besides the serial number.
Any numbers or identification marks on the bracelet of the watch are not part of the model or serial number of the watch.
In general, even the most basic used OMEGA watches in good, clean, and fully operable condition sell in the USA for US 0 to 0 on a strap.
Gold models are slightly higher--though not much unless the watch is solid gold.