One of the biggest single-owner cheap Rolex replica watches collections in the world, built up over the past 40 years, is coming to auction this November.
When a headline-grabbing watch came to auction over the past few years, there’s a decent chance it ended up in the collection of Mohammed Zaman, who’s been collecting since first purchasing perfect CA fake Rolex Day-Date watches in 1978.
Marlon Brando’s Rolex GMT-Master 1675 Replica Watches
We had fun covering Marlon Brando’s top Rolex GMT-Master replica watches when it sold at Phillips in 2019 for $1.95 million. James squeezed a boatload of Apocalypse Now quotes in his hands-on article, and in a true “everyone gets everything he wants,” the watch will now be at auction again this November.
A quick refresher: This is the luxury Rolex GMT-Master copy watches that features in the 1979 film, Brando having popped off the bezel to make it more fitting for his character. He also engraved his name in the caseback by hand. Before coming to auction in 2019 and ending up with Zaman, it had remained in the Brando family.
I remember watching the bidding in 2019 – it was incredibly slow, with the lot taking about 20 minutes to hammer when an online bidder from Japan bowed out. Who knows if that slow bidding could be any indication of interest in Brando’s Swiss movements replica Rolex GMT-Master watches this time around. No matter where it ends up, it’s an incredibly cool watch, one of history’s great missing watches, now appearing for sale twice in four years.
Rolex 6062 ‘Stelline’ Fake Watches
No less than five AAA replica Rolex 6062 examples watches are coming to auction in November. I’ll take an in-depth look at the reference and each of these examples in a separate article over the next few weeks, because it’s my favorite Rolex reference of all time.
We covered the Bethune collection when it first appeared at auction in 2012.
Christie’s has a 6062 “Stelline,” named for the star hour markers, and it’s another best wholesale super clone Rolex watches that’s familiar to the market. It comes from the collection of Gordon Bethune, former CEO of Continental Airlines and a well-known watch collector. It last sold at Phillips for CHF 1.9 million in 2019. Before that, it sold in 2012 for $590,000. This time around, it has an estimate of CHF 1 to 2 million.