Christie's Geneva Watch Catalogue is online... WHAOOO incl SUPER rare Rolex!!

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Christie's Geneva Watch Catalogue is online... WHAOOO incl SUPER rare Rolex!!

Joined: October 4th, 2006, 9:33 pm

October 10th, 2011, 9:33 pm #1

Again Christie's shows a very impressive auction catalogue,
the many great Patek Philippe's are simply stunning, chapeau!
My definite favorite on Rolex is this giant unique rare beauty
with a surprising low estimate considering it's importance...



A important 'gagdet' from Roger Moore's Bond's Live & Let Die...



Pink gold Monobloc 3525...


And a crisp 6541 Milgauss..



Have a look online for all watches as the E-catalogue is just online I noticed:



-->http://www.christies.com/eCatalogues/in ... D4005C8F8E



It's going to be a VERY good weekend, looking forward BIG time

Rg.Philipp
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Joined: November 22nd, 2004, 10:13 am

October 11th, 2011, 2:31 am #2

And PP!
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Joined: September 12th, 2007, 2:55 pm

October 11th, 2011, 4:10 am #3

Again Christie's shows a very impressive auction catalogue,
the many great Patek Philippe's are simply stunning, chapeau!
My definite favorite on Rolex is this giant unique rare beauty
with a surprising low estimate considering it's importance...



A important 'gagdet' from Roger Moore's Bond's Live & Let Die...



Pink gold Monobloc 3525...


And a crisp 6541 Milgauss..



Have a look online for all watches as the E-catalogue is just online I noticed:



-->http://www.christies.com/eCatalogues/in ... D4005C8F8E



It's going to be a VERY good weekend, looking forward BIG time

Rg.Philipp
Aurel and team put together an incredible collection here, speechless.
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Joined: August 18th, 2003, 8:42 am

October 11th, 2011, 7:57 am #4

Im looking forward to seeing how well the gold newmans will do.

M

http://www.tudorcollector.com
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Joined: August 26th, 2003, 12:30 pm

October 11th, 2011, 8:51 am #5

Again Christie's shows a very impressive auction catalogue,
the many great Patek Philippe's are simply stunning, chapeau!
My definite favorite on Rolex is this giant unique rare beauty
with a surprising low estimate considering it's importance...



A important 'gagdet' from Roger Moore's Bond's Live & Let Die...



Pink gold Monobloc 3525...


And a crisp 6541 Milgauss..



Have a look online for all watches as the E-catalogue is just online I noticed:



-->http://www.christies.com/eCatalogues/in ... D4005C8F8E



It's going to be a VERY good weekend, looking forward BIG time

Rg.Philipp
few Rolex (almost in gold ) and a lonely milsub with mismatched back .... this is a clear clue of the market ...
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Joined: October 10th, 2010, 8:17 am

October 11th, 2011, 8:53 am #6

Again Christie's shows a very impressive auction catalogue,
the many great Patek Philippe's are simply stunning, chapeau!
My definite favorite on Rolex is this giant unique rare beauty
with a surprising low estimate considering it's importance...



A important 'gagdet' from Roger Moore's Bond's Live & Let Die...



Pink gold Monobloc 3525...


And a crisp 6541 Milgauss..



Have a look online for all watches as the E-catalogue is just online I noticed:



-->http://www.christies.com/eCatalogues/in ... D4005C8F8E



It's going to be a VERY good weekend, looking forward BIG time

Rg.Philipp
Flicking through that catalogue is...I'm lost for words...the treasure just never ends! In fact there's such a wealth of astonishing watches on sale here that it makes me wonder whether some of the major collectors are offloading.
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Joined: October 11th, 2011, 11:44 am

October 11th, 2011, 12:10 pm #7

.. maybe it's true .... it's possible ...
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Joined: January 17th, 2008, 10:53 pm

October 11th, 2011, 2:05 pm #8

Again Christie's shows a very impressive auction catalogue,
the many great Patek Philippe's are simply stunning, chapeau!
My definite favorite on Rolex is this giant unique rare beauty
with a surprising low estimate considering it's importance...



A important 'gagdet' from Roger Moore's Bond's Live & Let Die...



Pink gold Monobloc 3525...


And a crisp 6541 Milgauss..



Have a look online for all watches as the E-catalogue is just online I noticed:



-->http://www.christies.com/eCatalogues/in ... D4005C8F8E



It's going to be a VERY good weekend, looking forward BIG time

Rg.Philipp
"Neil Armstrong wore a Speedmaster on his wrist while becoming the first human to walk on the surface of the moon..."

Yeah, I don't think so.
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Joined: October 4th, 2006, 9:33 pm

October 11th, 2011, 2:24 pm #9

Flicking through that catalogue is...I'm lost for words...the treasure just never ends! In fact there's such a wealth of astonishing watches on sale here that it makes me wonder whether some of the major collectors are offloading.
It's imho nothing 'new' or 'worrying' at all happening now
as during the Geneva auctions always the best quality comes
for sale. For instance, I was reading some early end 80-ies
catalogues of Feldman Habsbrug the other day and those were
equally heavy filled with stunning & ultra rare PPC & Rolex....

Only BIG thing that changed is the price & the fact that already
most surviving beauty's are hidden away in serieus collections.
Therefore the more respect to Aurel and his team for finding
owners out there that want to sell now. Since some years the demand
for the best time capsule is much bigger then the actual offers,
which also explains us the at least 200/300+% raise of achieved
prices during the last 5 years...

Another positive note for us Rolex collectors is the fact that
allthough PPC is well represented, Rolex stays behind! Hardly
any perfect Stelline, Killy, Oyster PN, Big Crown etc come for
sale anymore...If you say we are on the top of the market and
everybody is selling, can you explain me where these most wanted
Rolex are now? If you had followed the market, you would say they
are already in serieus collections and apparently not many are willing
to let them go for the current auction / market value. Real question is
are they afraid to sell to cheap and/or speculating till Rolex themselves
steps into vintage the way Patek did to give the market more confidence
or just waiting for all those asian buyers to understand vintage Rolex?

As always, time will tell

Rg.Philipp
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Joined: July 1st, 2010, 5:18 pm

October 11th, 2011, 3:56 pm #10

few Rolex (almost in gold ) and a lonely milsub with mismatched back .... this is a clear clue of the market ...
I guess with the pieces they sale ! I am going to purchase this one !!!
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