Good to see you around Sergio ;)
Been quite some time buddy! Hope all is well with you
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I guess the "golden" days of the notorious PAM21 are over.........
The 21 has been...
caught in the "bubble" of the Panerai..golden era..in general. Only 10 years ago, all the T-dials and some LE, were the...graal...of a lot of people. The bubble burst, the fashion faded in Asia (responsible for the bubble) and the prices..rightfully..came...
You're the...stranger...my friend
I still visit this forum daily. Haven't seen you around much. On occasions I see some of your posts on FB. I'm not doing well, I'm doing spectacularly and of course I hope it's the same with you Ciao
That's great to hear man :)
Well you're right, I'm not around lately. Have so many things going on at the moment. Are you still going to GTG's in Firenze? I haven't been to that place for some time now. Good talking to you buddy! Ciao
Quite a change in only 6 months
Recall the one at Phillips HK Lot 328 sold for around $100k only 6 months back. This auction seemed to have weak interest in many other pieces too -- even a Patek 3448 with extremely rare bracelet had a $80k hammer price. So I wonder if this was just a on...
I think you are right. Too many new references, too many OOR.
Now would I complain with the 372 and 587? No! They are the new champions. I would love to add them in my collection. But I am more surprised to see the 21 and 203 going down in a such strong way. Their movement ( Cortebert for the 21, Angelus for the 203...
Wow!! I never expected to see this!
A PAM21 selling for less than 70k? Who would have thought? Panerai golden days are over and things are getting even worse with the brand. It's losing the secondary mkt trust and most people aren't interested in investing in it anymore. Too bad because in ...
Wow, the Panerai bubble has burst
Nowadays we can even find the once "hot" Panerai 127 Fiddy for sale in some sites. As said, I think that the cooling in the Asian market is responsible for this price drop, but not entirely. I also blame the countless "limited" editions released year afte...
A keen observation of reality some seem to have missed.
And, let's remember what the Pam 21's original retail sales price was when this watch was released. If this seller was the original owner, he still did well with this sales price, although not as well as if he had sold two years ago.