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A present from her brother-in-law, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis wore the engraved 18-karat gold Cartier timepiece for decades.
Jess Gendron gives a history lesson on the mid-19th century high-tech boom that started with a watch company called Waltham.
A previously unknown version of a Patek Philippe 2479 wristwatch topped Christie’s “Rare Watches” sale.
The rare watch that once belonged to the last emperor of Vietnam is now the most expensive Rolex ever sold at auction.
The Calibre 89 was expected to sell for between $6.4 and $9.9 million Sunday at Sotheby’s.
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