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