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A Record-Breaking Weekend At The Geneva Watch Auctions

This weekend in Geneva, the traditional watch auctions took place. Things were different than before, as many Covid-19 precautions were still in place. Also, a lot of collectors and dealers could not travel to the auctions themselves due to various travel restrictions. This also meant that they could not examine the watches themselves before the sale, although various digital initiatives tried to give them as much information as possible. That made it that the auctions could definitely be seen as a test on how the outbreak of Covid-19 would impact the vintage watch market. READ MORE
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Preview of Geneva, June 2020 Auctions: Phillips And Antiquorum

HomeEvents & AuctionsPreview of Geneva, June 2020 Auctions: Phillips And Antiquorum Events & AuctionsPreview of Geneva, June 2020 Auctions: Phillips And Antiquorum Two major auctions take place in the world's watchmaking hub by Sacha Davidoff June 25, 2020 MIN READPreview of Geneva, June 2020 Auctions: Phillips And AntiquorumA little over a month later than usual mid-May, the Geneva watch auctions are back on. At last, some sort of normalcy has returned. Two auction houses will host watch auctions in Geneva before the end of June. Antiquorum and Phillips return to action. Meanwhile, Sotheby’s has opted for bi-weekly online auctions since March instead and Christie’s pushed back its sale for a second time to the end of July.
Since March, when many countries began confinements, we’ve seen surprisingly strong results for online watch auctions. And while live auctions are returning, their format will be much changed. Travel restrictions remain in place. As such, t will be interesting ..

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Podcast: Fratello On Air #10 – LVMH, Auctions for Australia and the downside of IG

HomePodcastPodcast: Fratello On Air #10 – LVMH, Auctions for Australia and the downside of IG PodcastPodcast: Fratello On Air #10 – LVMH, Auctions for Australia and the downside of IG Our 10th episode of Fratello on Air is now online by FratelloJanuary 21, 2020 MIN READPodcast: Fratello On Air #10 – LVMH, Auctions for Australia and the downside of IGOur 10th episode of Fratello on Air is about last week’s LVMH Watch Week in Dubai, the watch auctions to help the recovery of Australia and the downside of using Instagram.
After the mandatory wrist check (see below), Michael and RJ discuss these topics in this 50-minute podcast. Our Fratello-on-Air podcast can be played via Apple, Soundcloud, Spotify, Google Podcast, and Buzzsprout.
In this 10th episode, Michael Stockton and Robert-Jan Broer talk about the recent LVMH Watch Week that took place in Dubai and that we visited. News from Bvlgari, Zenith and Hublot in early January, when normally we’d be visiting the SIHH (Watches & Wonders). W..