Posts in Vintage 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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An Exceptional Duo: A Rolex 6239 and a Patek Philippe 2499 Both Co-Branded by Tiffany

Between Christie's always-impressive "Important Watches" sale and Phillips' "Glamorous Day Date" sale, auction week in Geneva is bound to be spectacular. Moreover, Antiquorum will offer a multitude of exquisite timepieces in their auction....

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On The Web: The World's Rarest Rolex Datejust Is Now For Sale

The Datejust is my all-time favorite Rolex. Though I'm a bit crazy at times for those killer white dial Submariners, rare pre-explorers and iconic Newman Daytona's, nothing can rival the sight of an unusual Datejust. I am about to share with you a wristwatch so treasured and so attractive in the eyes of any collector, both aesthetically....

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The Watch I'd Put Into A Time Capsule

Let's face it, there are A LOT of collectible vintage watches out there: The Daytona, the Speedmaster, the El Primero, the Tank, the Royal Oak, the Fifty Fathoms, the Memovox, and many other "must-have" watches for the established collector. But what if you could only have one watch? A watch that would remain timeless, hold its value, and still possess these traits after sitting in a time capsule for a few decades....

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Investing In Vintage Watches: THE WATCH ADVISER's Top Vintage (And Contemporary) Picks Of The Month

The watch industry has developed into one of the largest, most lucrative niche industries on earth. With collector and dealer communities growing by the hour, minute, and second, success is seemingly perennial for plenty of individuals in this business. Certain watches owned by the "market-makers" and "market-players" have seen a drastic increase in value over the past decade. Here are some shining examples of such watches, all currently for sale, that not only exhibit the effects of this strong market, but also have a promising future.

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ForbesLife [Photo Gallery]: Collector Nick Gabarro's Treasured Submariner

Today, I’ve got a story for you, something that occurs once in a blue moon. Imagine stumbling upon a Rolex as you hike through Spain’s Pyrenees Mountains. Yeah, wouldn’t that be great? Well, it actually happened. 

Go To "Read More" To See Detailed Photographs and Click HERE To Read The In-Depth Story At ForbesLife.

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