Laurent Ponti

www.ponti-collection.ch

+41 22 310 18 00

3, Rue du Port
1204 Genève
Switzerland

With my first salary in 1987 I bought my first nice watch, a Handwind Rolex Daytona. I was lucky to find it second hand as, at the time, I couldn’t afford a new one costing CHF 1870.-. Since then, my friends, and later theirs, started asking me to find them their dream watches. Without really considering it, I became a watch dealer.

In 2001, I opened my shop at 3 rue du Port, in Geneva. Coming from a family of jewellers, I still design jewellery even though I mainly sell vintage watches. Having many connections in the city of watchmaking, I can certify and repair the watches sold in my shop. Another passion of mine are motorbikes, which I own a small collection. Fifteen years later, I have the honour of being a recognised and trusted RPM seller on the great label www.RolexPassionMarket.com.

This dealer's watches

  • Rolex Cosmograph Daytona 16520 full set 1996
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    Box and Paper,Daytona
  • Rolex Cosmograph Daytona 16518 full set 1995
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    Box and Paper,Daytona
  • Rolex Explorer II 16550 Cream Dial circa 1984
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    Rolex
  • Tudor Monte-Carlo Homeplate 7032/0 circa 1970
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    Rolex
  • Rolex Sea-Dweller 1665 Mk 4 circa 1981
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    Rolex
  • Rolex GMT Master 1675 circa 1966
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    Rolex
  • Rolex Submariner 5513 Meters First circa 1967
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    Rolex
  • Rolex Pre-Daytona 6238 FAP circa 1964
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    Chronograph,Pre Daytona
  • Rolex Daytona 16528 circa 1995
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    Rolex
  • Rolex Daytona 6265 circa 1979 big red
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    Rolex
  • Rolex Submariner 1680/8 Circa 1978
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    Rolex

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