Significant Lots Podcast: New York Watch Auction Recap
In episode 5, Allies come together
In episode 5, Gabe and Tony talk attending the New York auctions, while Eric gives his perspective from sunny Palm Beach. We offer our final takes on the Tiffany & Co. Patek Nautilus before moving on to Heuer, Rolex, Lange, and novelist Ralph Ellison's Omega Speedmaster.
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Tony's 13 weird takeaways from attending my first in-person auction
All, and I mean all of my opinions and observations from the year-end watch auctions (Hodinkee)
Full lume Heuer Autavia ref. 2446 sold by Phillips for $163k
Jeff Stein's On the Dash
The Rolex GMT-Master ref. 1675 that Gabe didn't win
The GMT-Master ref. 6542 Eric posted
Hodinkee: A strange document about the famous Rolex GMT-Master radioactivity recall
How Top Watchmakers Intervene at Auctions (Wall Street Journal, 2007)
The 'Hulk' Submariner that sold for $94.5k at Phillips
Axis watches: The A Lange Nazi watch and the Seikosha 'kamikaze' watch
The Search for Ralph Ellison's Omega Speedmaster (WSJ)
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