Ross from my impressions from the IWJG shows..March 4 2012 at 8:13 AM
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Response to To illustrate my point A.......
in the USA is, the same, PN, Comex, Mils, and etc are being packed up at the end of the second day of the IWJG shows going back in the FED EX boxes they came in getting ready for the next show.
In my opinion the ultra high end exotic vintage Rolex are slow movers, always has been. A dealer needs a certain client who will pluck down 30-100 K for the aforementioned watches. The same buyers for the PN, Comex are 10 to 1 the same buyers for the 1019. So Ross my impressions are very dissimilar to yours. I actually know all the prominent vintage dealers in the USA, and follow what is moving and what is staying in the glass cases.
The under 20 K Rolex vintage are the movers with this economy, not the high end exotic stuff. They were as always sold to the select few... taking it's time finding new homes.
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