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Tuesday, 23rd August

Viewing Times:
16th August 11am-6pm (London)
17th August 11am-6pm (London)
20th August 11am - 4pm (Birmingham)
22nd August 10am - 4pm (Birmingham)
23rd August 8.30am - 11.00am (Birmingham)
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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

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