Auction Alert - Cortrie Special Auctions - 14th of September 2019
A very interesting find: Pretty consitend, crown serviced, natural wabi silvered dial, 18K Breguet numeral index, (entry) vintage collectors stuff, quite significant ref., seem to be a Verger case
- low limit -
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No, I did not bid on it.
A Vacheron & Constantin for the price of a Seiko and no interest, it's in deed unbelievable! That's it.
If an offer or a deal seems too good to be true, then it probably is too good to be true and thus is fault. As simple as that and it applies to virtually all markets especially when online auctions create a more transparent market place
No, I don't think so it's more complicated
Your comment is right in general, but did not apply to this case. Because it's a (very small) niche marked. But there is no marked maker. If you start with an auction under this conditions you won't get a realistic price, you might get it more realistic i...
Your absolutely correct
My statement only applies if a certain market volume is present. If volume is too small to function as a market (ie very low volumes or unique pieces or assets that are virtually illiquid) then normal “market laws and forces) don’t apply. Value than trans...
Sometimes it hurts to look at it...
I wonder, there is the latent request to get the V&C's as cheap as possible. On the other hand the aficionados are often not able to to distinguish relevant of irrelevant.
hi,timeset This is a valuable topic.
First, it's not a VF case, so the price is much lower. Secondly, 1920s-1930s antique watches are not a hot spot .especially in China. Two weeks ago, I discussed a similar topic with a chinese Chinese antique VC enthusiasts limit the investment time to 19...
Re: This is a valuable topic.
Maybe you are right because of the VF case that could be clarified, VF very well produced cases like this. That could explain the difference between 6k to 12k but only if there would be the magnificant VF style also. But anyway it is definitely an authent...