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eBay hosts roadshow of watch valuation events with celebrities showing off...

The first event, taking place in Austin on May 7 and 8, will welcome Atlanta Hawks basketball star Trae Young, who will talk about and show his personal collection of luxury watches.

CORDER’S COLUMN: C. D. Peacock is living through every Rolex dealer’s...

Rolex dealers live in constant fear that one of their salespeople will go rogue and sell watches to the grey market.

CHRONEXT strengthens board with heavy-hitters from digital and luxury industries

Jacob Fonnesbech Aqraou and Hamdi Chatti bring decades of experience from the likes of eBay, LVMH and Richemont.

Vacheron Constantin channels trade-in watches to Richemont stablemate Watchfinder

Vacheron Constantin showrooms have joined those of Richemont stablemate Panerai to accept trade-ins at its boutiques across the United States.

Chronext sets sights on reshaping the watch trade as it surpasses...

The organisation surpassed the €100m mark, equivalent to around $120m on current exchange rates, for the first time.

eBay and WatchPro Auction Report — Volume 1: Trust and Authentication

Click and keep our special report on the importance of physical inspection and authentication for luxury watches at auction.

ShopWorn provides buy back program for unsold watch inventory

Graham Watches is the first brand to officially work with ShopWorn on the initiative that aims to minimize risk and cost of holding slow-moving inventory.

Rolex 2020 Submariners flip for 90% over retail prices

From the cast of 2020, Kermit is proving to be the hottest model in the collection, but the pale blue Oyster Perpetual is not far behind.

QUICKFIRE Q&A: Rebag CEO Charles Gorra explains the pre-owned handbag specialist’s...

Rebag is a specialist in pre-owned luxury handbags and accessories that is today making a move into premium watch trading.

Pre-loved handbag specialist Rebag sets sights on Rolex, Cartier and Patek...

The business is best known for buying and selling the world’s most desirable handbags, and believes watches and fine jewelry are a natural extension.