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CORDER’S COLUMN: Is the Rolex boom a bubble?

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Could profit taking and panic cause prices to crash? Not a chance, argues WATCHPRO editor Rob Corder.

Watches of Knightsbridge launches specialist site trading Rolex watches

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OYSTERBAR is designed to educate younger watch enthusiasts and help them buy collectible vintage pieces.

How to buy, sell and collect James Bond watches from Omega...

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Pre-owned watch specialist Watchfinder walks us through the classic timepieces seen on the wrist of 007 back to 1954.

Christie’s auctions first Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Concept “Black Panther” Flying...

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Christie's has given the watch an estimate of $380,000 to $650,000, a potential 400% profit for whoever is consigning the piece.

Rolex is a mere pretender to the Patek Philippe crown at...

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Nine out of the top ten prices paid at auction so far this year have been for Patek Philippe watches.

Rolex and other high-end brands see luxury watch resale market reach...

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In partnership with Vogue Business, eBay has released an all-new Luxury Trend Report showcasing a snapshot of luxury trends in the states.

Patek Philippe accounts for nine of the top 10 watches sold...

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Luxury watch sales at auction rise by 49% for the first half of 2021 compares to the same period in pre-pandemic 2019.

IN DEPTH: How watchmakers keep Formula 1 ticking over

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Over the past five years, the Swiss watchmaking industry is estimated to have spent over half a billion dollars supporting Formula 1; probably the most lucrative partnership in sport. Its intoxicating mix of drama, precision engineering, split second timing, passion and a massive global television audiences make it an irresistible promotional platform, as Caroline Reid discovers.

Ultimate guide to buying, selling and collecting the Rolex Oyster Perpetual

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You simply cannot lose money of you are able to buy a Rolex Oyster Perpetual at an authorised dealer's retail price. 

Bucherer opens world’s first side-by-side Rolex and Tudor boutiques

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Manhattan stores occupy retail space of 4,000 square feet. They have their own entrances, but are connected within the showroom.
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