Two watch icons are going under the Charterhouse hammer in their online auction of watches, silver and jewellery on Thursday 4th February.
“The market for watches, silver and jewellery remains strong at auction. With our auctions continuing online buyers can see exactly what they are bidding on. This combined with multiple images and plenty of demand results in high prices despite the national lockdown.” Commented Richard Bromell.
Rolex and Omega are famous high end watch brands and have had a long time association with James Bond.
The earlier of the two watches at the Charterhouse auction is a 1960’s stainless steel Omega Seamaster. It was found by the auctioneers in its leather box whilst clearing a Dorset cottage and is estimated at £2,000-3,000.
The Rolex Submariner is also a stainless steel watch but dates to circa 2000. Just like the Omega, it not only has its original box, but also its tags and outer boxes and is estimated at £4,000-6,000.
Charterhouse are now accepting late entries for this online auction of watches, silver & jewellery on Thursday 4th and wine, port & whisky on Friday 5th February, classic and vintage cars in April and classic and vintage motorcycles in May.
Items for these auctions can be posted directly to Charterhouse at The Long Street Salerooms, Sherborne 01935 812277 or click and deliver by contacting them on 01935 812277. Alternatively email photographs of your lots for valuation on email@example.com
Late 1990’s Rolex Submariner £4,000-6,000
1960’s Omega Seamaster £2,000-3,000