Posts in Rolex
[ForbesLife] This Exceptional Rolex Submariner from Cuba Could Be One-Of-A-Kind

Miraculously, in the midst of Fidel Castro’s rise to power (1959) and the Cuban government’s seizure of all personal effects and assets, a Rolex 6536 Submariner–co-branded by Joyeria Riviera–was smuggled out of Cuba. Click HERE to read more on ForbesLife.

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Time Well Spent: An Interview with Michael Morgan

My good friend, and colleague, Michael Morgan, has garnered a favorable reputation dealing in top-condition vintage Rolex sports models. Michael has also amassed a fairly impressive, yet focused, personal collection comprised of classic Rolexes....

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Photo Report: The Rolex Sports Watches of Ed Ticheli

Last Sunday, I hopped on a plane and flew down to Miami for a week-long watch dealing extravaganza. Throughout my stay, I acquired some amazing vintage Rolexes and I had the incredible opportunity to get a hands-on look at Ed Ticheli's personal watch collection....

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The Ultimate Modern Rolex "Set" for the Ultimate Vintage Rolex Collector

Sir Edmund Hillary's 1953 ascent up Mt. Everest was a daunting trek, no doubt. Throughout the perilous journey, Hillary, and renowned sherpa Tenzing Norgay, used Rolex's newly-conceived Explorer for more than just telling time....

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Photo Report: Christie's June 17th New York "Important Watches" Sale

As much as I would love to intrigue you with my oh-so wonderful writing, I'm sure you'll enjoy this [digital] preview of Christie's June 17th "Important Watches" Sale just as well. This time around, Christie's will offer a handful of Pateks not typically found in a New York sale....

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