The Watch Club teaches SalonQP visitors the art of investing in classic timepieces

The Watch Club will be putting an ‘investment’ theme spin on the watches it’s bringing to this year’s SalonQP. 

It will be exhibiting vintage Rolex’s such as a Paul Newman, some early manual wind Daytonas, such as a Pre-Daytona 6238, a 6239 and a 6263. It will also be bringing a couple of steel Zenith Daytonas – potentially a rare gap dial and a ‘four-line’. The Watch Club is also considering exhibiting with a Comex, an SAS or SRR Rolex, a rare calibre ‘3186’ GMT-II Pepsi.

The Watch Club will also showcase Patek Philippes, potentially including a 5020J (rare ‘TV’ shaped perpetual calendar of which only about 200 were produced) and a 5101G.

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It will also showcase some early vintage chronographs such as the Omega Speedmaster, a Heuer Autavia, Longines and other military watches.



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