This year is the Replica 50th anniversary of Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, and the brand also released the 50th anniversary limited timepiece at the end of January, model 26240, which is only produced for one year. Among them, the steel model with blue surface, 26240ST, has a retail price of about 230,000.
At the end of February, some people in China had already obtained 26240, and quotations began to appear in the secondary market.
The 26240ST blue surface, the highest I have ever seen at first, is nearly 2 million. After a long period of time, it stabilized at 1.6 million to 1.8 million. During this period, a few sporadic models were sold at a price of 16.7 million.
At that time, most people were still optimistic about the future market of 26240. After all, there is always an experience in the whereabouts of the market that just came out: the initial quotation is the early adopter price, the sky-high price, and then it falls back. After a period of stability, it slowly rises back up.
As a result, it may be the relationship between the epidemic, or the market’s expectations for Audemars Piguet are too high. The 26240ST Blueface’s domestic market price in the past one or two months has not followed the old example and slowly rose, but continued to fall. .
Last week, the domestic quotation of 26240ST blue surface has reached 1.1-1.2 million.
At that time, the foreign market was still very stable, and most of them were still at 15.6 million.
As a result, just today, on CHRON24, the world’s largest watch e-commerce platform, the price of the 26240ST blue face fell directly off the cliff.
Yesterday was still about 1.47 million, and today it fell directly by about 1.2 million.
In one day, the annual salary of many people fell: 270,000.
The quotations in the domestic market are still falling.
The quotation of 26240ST blue surface has fallen by about 1 million.
There are even watch dealers who have offered a recovery price of 800,000.
It originally felt like the 50th anniversary myth of the Replica Royal Oak was a sure thing, but where did it go?