Looking for the next sports, dress or vintage watch to add to your collection? Dutch based auction company Catawiki is a great place to start because it has no less than 11 watch auctions running every week. In total there are over 300 auctions running per week monitored by auctioneers, each a specialist in their field, you’re likely to find your collectable treasure.

Established in 2007 as a community of collectors, Catawiki has since developed into a powerful auction site, successfully building an online community for its buyers and sellers. Today the site boasts 14 million visitors a month, enabling them to interact and transact within a secure and safe environment. Each auction is supervised by an appointed auctioneer who assesses every lot submitted. In carrying out such a careful vetting process, they do their utmost to ensure auctions are of the highest possible quality and feature varied validated products.

So how does it work? It’s free to set up an account, list your product and watch in anticipation as it receives bids from all over the world. Catawiki acts as an intermediary between buyers and sellers, managing payments until the transaction is complete. In monitoring the payment process, Catawiki protects the seller by ensuring shipment is only permitted once the item has been paid for, while the buyer is proctected by Catawiki’s vetting process where ID and credentials are investigated. In this way, Catawiki provides a seamless service with buyers and sellers paying commission fees on lot proceeds, it’s that simple. This week we highlight two interesting watches currently up for auction.

Kienzle’s Anniversary Moonphase Calendar

There’s always something worth investigating, and this week, here are a few fine examples. With no reserve price, Catawiki is auctioning Kienzle’s Anniversary Moonphase Calendar men’s wristwatch. This German brand was established in 1822 by Jakob Kienzle. It’s an automatic chronograph with moon phase calendar function housed in a gold-plated case. This striking Kienzle timepiece measures 35mm on the wrist and could be ideal if you like smaller watch sizes, especially as they are now starting to come down in size again. It comes with its original leather strap, showing only minor signs of wear. If it has caught your attention please note that bidding ends this Sunday.

Emile Pequignet 30 th Anniversary Watch

Also featuring is a remarkable Emile Pequignet 30 th Anniversary timepiece. Produced as part of a limited series of 30 pieces in celebration of three decades of French brand Pequignet, you can now get your hands-on watch number 27/30. Encased in 18K yellow gold with a skeletonized automatic movement displayed with open dial, this timepiece has a power reserve of 42 hours and is water resistant to 30 meters. Bidding currently stands at under £8,000 with an opportunity to participate up until Friday!

Happy bidding!

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