4 Iconic Watches To Invest In
Before buying a watch, it’s good to be inquisitive, do your research, and learn about the watch’s history to see what suits you. Buying luxury watches is an investment for your finances & style. Although new watches are really nice, vintage watches are the ones dominating the watches sector. Find below a list of 4 iconic watches if you are considering investing.
Rolex price range is anywhere between £5.000 all the way up to £55.000. Different factors that may affect the pricing range can be the material use, collection popularity, new movements. This timeless watch will always either retain the value of their watch or it will likely rise in value.
In 1904, Louis Cartier made the first men’s wristwatch, the Cartier Santos. Ever since this accomplishment, Cartier has created innovative and elegant watches for both men and women. The price range on Cartier watches are between £6.000 up to £150.000.
Audemars Piguet is the oldest fine watchmaking manufacturer still in the hands of its founding families (Audemars and Piguet). Since 1875, the company has written some of the finest chapters in the history of haute horlogerie. Price range for the watches are between £10.000 up to £200.000.
Patek Philippe timepiece lies in the fact that it has been hand-finished from its case and dial to its beating heart with a wide array of fine decorations. Price range rare between £17.000 up to £2.000.000
Brands like Rolex, Patek Philippe, and Audemars Piguet are controlled by families and not investors, Tim Stracke, CEO of the watch resale site Chrono24, said earlier this year. "They have limited their supply for more than a century. They have a super long-term view and they value brand reputation higher than short term profits. This will very likely prevail for future generations and keep the value of their watches up."