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Zenith puts 1969 El Primero Icons up for sale online and...

Zenith is drawing attention to the recent opening of a retail boutique within its factory and headquarters facility in Le Locle, Switzerland, with the promotion of three additions to its Icons family of vintage watches.

Live bidding for 1954 Rolex Submariner 6200 tops $140,000

0 sale has four days to go for the Holy Grail of Rolex Submariners considered the first professional tool diving watch.

Ettore Bugatti’s personal Mido watch sells for $340,000

Historic timepiece has a pre-sale estimate of €80,000 to €120,000, but worldwide interest in the auction could push the price higher.

Gérald Genta watch sells for $500,000

The late great watch designer's own brand watches have leapt in value with one piece selling for $500,000 at a Christie's online auction.

Bidding frenzy for World War I Cartier Tonneau sees it sell...

Enthusiasm for vintage watches with history and provenance is spreading beyond Rolex and Patek Philippe for auctioneers and collectors.

What classic cars can teach us about vintage watches

The top end of the market for classic cars is narrow, shallow, and prone to dramatic price crashes as well as spikes. Could the vintage watch market go the same way? Simon de Burton investigates.

Steve McQueen Monaco sets $2.3 million world record price for a...

Engraved watch was given by Mr McQueen to his chief mechanic while filming iconic racing movie Le Mans.

Iconic Rolex and Omega watches associated with Hollywood legends head to...

Bob's Watches curates a sale of watches made famous by the likes of Steve McQueen, Paul Newman and Sean Connery.

Fall auctions suggest watch collecting community is growing and spending more

Record prices driven by international online bidding wars drive sales to $42.5 million at Phillips auctions in Geneva.

HQ Milton praised for mea culpa over dodgy Rolex Daytona sale

Reputation is vital in the competitive world of pre-owned watch trading, and any honest mistake, deception or cover-up can prove fatal.