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Bonhams auctions number one of 50 IWC x Hot Wheels limited...

All proceeds from the sale will go to youth charity the Two Bit Circus Foundation, in a timed online auction that began at the weekend and ends on October 22 October on

2004 Rolex Kermit Submariner sells for $35,000 at auction

Flat 4 version of the watch is sufficiently rare to command the same recommended retail price as a brand new Patek Philippe 5711 with olive green dial.

Patek Philippe Nautilus and Audemars Piguet Jumbo Royal Oak go toe...

Auction is a test of the desirability for Patek Philippe's Nautilus and Audemars Piguet's Jumbo Royal Oak, both of which have been in the news this year for being discontinued (although not these references).

A second Cartier Pebble skims into auction at Bonhams Fine Watches...

Cartier Pebble with turtle lugs has every chance of smashing its pre-auction estimate of $210,000 to $280,000.

Pablo Picasso’s personal wristwatch smashes pre-auction estimate to sell for €219,050

The watch, made by independent Swiss watch producer Michael Z. Berger, had a pre-sale estimate of €12,000 to €18,000.

Pablo Picasso’s personal wristwatch appears at Paris auction

Bonhams is hoping to ride a wave of hype created by the $103 million sale of Picasso's Woman Sitting by a Window in New York this week.

Big five auction houses end 2020 with sales down 19%

Explosion of online auctions fails to compensate for loss of saleroom events during the pandemic.

SPECIAL REPORT: How 2020 transformed the auction world

Reluctance to trading luxury watches online was stripped away by the pandemic, leading to legions of new customers buying and selling vintage and contemporary timepieces for the first time.

Seventies Heuer Skipper sells for $81,563 at Bonhams New York auction

Final sale of the year for Bonhams demonstrates continuing strength of the vintage watch market.

Bonhams presents pocket watches from America’s Albert Potter and Charles Fasoldt...

Albert Potter and Charles Fasoldt are still considered among the world’s finest watchmakers of their era.