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  • China's HNWIs treasure antique timepieces
  • China's HNWIs treasure antique timepieces
    Sotheby's (2014) ©

China's HNWIs treasure antique timepieces

From classic cars to coin collections, the wealthy are more than willing to pay out for luxuries. Both beautiful and an investment, they’re more likely to gain value than lose it. For HNWIs in China, one of the most sought-after treasures is the antique pocket watch.



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