Get the Best Deal When You Sell a Corum Watch
Welcome to Worthy, where you will get the most for your Corum watch with little to no effort. Without leaving your home you can have your watch appraised, professionally photographed, and presented to hundreds of interested watch buyers world-wide. With our unique auction platform attracting the bids of trusted professional buyers, we can guarantee that you will receive the highest fair market value when you sell a Corum watch.
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ConvenienceThere is no easier way to sell a Corum watch than with Worthy. We will do all of the tedious work for you in this simple 5 step process:
- You provide us with some information about your watch and accompanying photos on the Worthy site.
- We provide you with a market value estimate range that includes a reserve price. Once you agree to it, send your watch to be prepped for auction at our facilities using the free shipping label.
- Watch appraisal experts will photograph, clean and create a description of your watch.
- Your watch will be placed on the auction platform where real buyers will place bids.
- The highest bid will determine the price we offer you – at this point you can accept or decline our offer
About Corum WatchesCorum is a watchmaker based out of Switzerland. This prestigious company is known for creating high price and high quality watches. Most of the pieces it creates are limited edition watches. The most renowned watch that has ever been created by Corum is known as the Admiral’s Cup series. Corum is also the maker of watches for the World Series of Poker which are awarded to players who won World Series of Poker (WSOP) bracelets. In 2007, Corum started producing the World Series of Poker gold bracelets.
This company was founded in the Swiss town of La Chaux-de-Fonds by Renee Bannwart and his uncle Gaston Ries in 1955. One year later, Corum started producing its very first watches. Corum reached critical acclaim when the company created a watch that was made out of a gold piece worth $20. This watch was an instant seller and was Corum’s first claim to fame. Corum is also famous for its World Premiers collection. Every year, it creates a limited number of special edition watches.
In January of 2000, Severin Wunderan purchased Corum and the company was placed under the stewardship of Wunderan’s some Michael. In 2013, Corum was purchased by the China Haidian Group. This group is also the owner of Eternal. The Corum team was completed in 2007 when Antoine Calce joined the team. Calce is the CEO of Corum and has a great deal of professional experience. Calce oversees all of the operations that take place at this decorated watchmaker.
Corum Watch ModelsCorum watches are known throughout the world and have become popular among watch collectors. These elegant timepieces are exceptionally well-designed and many are extremely rare which makes them even more sought after. The three most popular collections created by Corum are Admiral’s Cup, Romulus and Golden Bridge.
In 1957, the first Admiral’s Cup race was held and the Admiral’s Cup watch by Corum was introduced in 1960 – just three years after that race. The very first watch was water resistant, square in shape and had an engraved sailboat on the back. It has little in common with the current design of the Admiral’s Cup watch. The current design features brightly coloured nautical-themed penants and a 12-sided case. The Admiral’s Club can be created with a chronograph or it can simply feature the time and date.
Romulus- The Romulus from Corum was the first watch created by this company to display the hour numerals directly on the bezel. This watch has a sapphire case that has a laurel crown engraved on the back of the case in honour of Romulus who was the founder of ancient Rome.
Golden Bridge- The Golden Bridge collection is a unique collection when compared to other watches. These watches feature 4 sapphire sides which gives you an unrestricted view of the intricately designed linear movement. The movement seems to be floating in mid-air and it is actually only held by a gold bridge which is how the watch got its name.
Corum watches are highly prized timepieces, and because of their rarity they are a personal favourite of many watch collectors all over the world. The design, style and quality of these watches are among the best in the watch-making world.