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The Watch Sale July

Tuesday, 26th July

Viewing Times:
23 July 2016 11am - 4pm
25 July 2016 10am - 4pm
26 July 2016 8.30am - 11.00am
The Watch Sale Launches with Record Results
The Watch Sale - May Auction Results
Hammer Price Highlights: Watches, 5th March 2015
Hammer Price Highlights: Watches 19th March 2015
Hammer Price Highlights: Pocket Watches & Accessories, 23rd February 2015
Hammer Price Highlights: Watches, 19th February 2015

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All you need to know about selling your watch in a Fellows auction.

Fellows offer for sale more watches per year than any other UK auction house.

Over 7000 wristwatches are auctioned annually with additional sales covering pocket watches and watch parts.

The unmatched frequency of our sales presents an ever-changing inventory for you to choose from.

Fellows are pioneers in the field of live online auction bidding, and were the first UK Auction House to offer mobile apps.

Our experience, combined with our passion for watches and a friendly approachable team of experts, provides a unique online auction environment.

Don't just take our word for it. We were recently identified as one of the top 5 Watch Auction Houses in the world in Forbes Magazine

New to the world of watch auctions? Read the views of an auction novice at Watch Pro Magazine

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  • Shimmering time

    We have looked before at hard-stone dials and how Piaget’s mastery of the ultra-thin movement allowed them to explore this unique jewellery form. While the likes of lapis, turquoise and malachite have a distinctive and beautiful appearance, nothing quite has the iridescent beauty of opal as exemplified by this Read More

  • Porsche Design Military – plastic fantastic

    These classic 70s tool watches with their spartan good looks started out as civilian pieces more focused on motorsport than armed service. Once interest in the watch had been expressed by the appropriate requisitioning authorities, the ‘Military’ text appeared along with the ‘3H’ designation. This doesn’t make them issued watches as they were still sold in the civilian market in this revised form and you would need to see the NATO stock number of the reverse or an additionally marke…

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  • Stoney-faced beauty

    Since 1874 Piaget has been a proud producer of its own movements, but it was not until 1943 that the brand emerged with the name firmly on the dial. It was the launch in 1957 of the 2mm thick 9P calibre that established ‘ultra-thin’ as one of Piaget’s signatures; a huge technical achievement and a demonstration of the brand’s design prowess.

    The slim movement opened up other possibilities in design and in 1964 after a suggestion by an America…

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  • Omega ‘Art Collection’ Max Bill 87

    Ok so in the 1980s quartz was king and mechanical was very much on the side-lines. But if the engine inside the watch was not very interesting, Omega was putting some serious effort into the exteriors. In 1986 Omega’s MD Ernest Thomke began a project to make use to that much-overlooked part of a watch, the case-back. Using a minimalist case design by Hans Zaugg and a simplified dial, the case-back then became an exhibition space for a range of contemporary artists to produce exclusive and l…

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  • Fakes and Forgeries: How to spot them

    The fake watch industry has smartened up its act in recent years – modern technology and advances in machining methods have raised the latest counterfeits to a very different level.

    These watches look, to the untrained eye, indistinguishable from the real thing. Quartz movements are no longer used as substitutes for mechanical movements and even some of the complicated watches work as they should. This comes as little surprise considering the…

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