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Quorum for Corum

Corum was founded by Rene Bennwart in 1955 with his uncle Gaston Ries. The pair were particularly fascinated with the word “quorum”, which means the minimum number of persons present and necessary to hold discussions and make valid decisions. Through this word, and some simplified spelling came the name CORUM.


Right from the time of its creation in 1955 in La Chaux-de-Fonds, CORUM displayed a determination to position itself at the forefront of the Swiss watch industry. In 1956 the first CORUM watches appeared on the market and the brand launched a veritable cascade of new ideas with great success. It was even recognized by its peers as one of the most creative in the industry.

In January 2000, CORUM was purchased by its current owner, Severin Wunderman, and was soon under the guidance of his son Michael, CORUM was sold to China Haidian Group who also the owner of Eterna.

Current Trends

The Admiral’s Cup: The Admiral’s Cup race was first held in 1957 and the CORUM Admiral’s Cup watch was introduced just 3 years later in 1960. This first watch was square, water resistant and had a sailboat engraved in the back. It had little resemblance to the current CORUM Admiral’s Cup watches with their twelve-sided case design and brightly colored nautical pennants decorating the bezels.

Romulus: Created in 1966, the CORUM Romulus was the first CORUM watch to display the hour numerals on the bezel. It sports a sapphire case back engraved with a laurel crown in honor of Romulus, the founder of ancient Rome. It’s available in stainless steel, white or yellow gold and a dual time version in either yellow or white gold.

Golden Bridge: The CORUM Golden Bridge collection is unique in the watchmaking world. It’s four sapphire sides offer an unrestricted view of the intricately detailed linear movement, which appears to be floating in mid-air, held only by the gold bridge that names this watch. The CORUM Golden Bridge is offered in 18k gold or platinum and is also available with delicate diamond work.

Tourbillion and Classical: The CORUM Tourbillon and Classical collection, as the name suggests, is devoted to the most elegant and complicated watches. The current collection comprises the CORUM Classical Billionaire Tourbillon, a diamond and sapphire covered masterpiece of watchmaking, the CORUM Golden Tourbillon Panoramique with its tourbillon movement floating between sapphire bridges, and the skeleton dialed CORUM Classical Skylight Skeleton.

Coin Watch: One of the most recognizable CORUM watches, the coin watch, is still available almost fifty years after its debut. CORUM precisely installs a manual wind or quartz movement inside a $20 “Double Eagle” or a $10 “Liberty” coin to create these watches that will only get increasingly rare, as the supply for this historic coin diminishes. They are available with a diamond bezel, for a more distinguished look.

Artisan Timepieces: The CORUM Artisan watch line is defined by beautiful dials depicting wild animals, exotic locales, or even historical scenes, all of them limited edition masterpieces of some of the very few craftsmen left who are familiar with the immensely time-consuming techniques used in these watches.

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CORUM has been the maker of the World Series of Poker watches that accompanied World Series of Poker bracelet in 2007 and became the maker of the bracelets themselves in 2007.

Getting the Most Out of Your Corum Watch

Flamboyant and stylish, Corum watches like to be the talk of the party. The more bedazzled and bejeweled, the greater the attention these luxury watches receive from gentlemen and ladies fortunate enough to be in their presence.

Corum watches are known for the expressions they make and the expressions they elicit. This makes them highly sought after by those who like to be the center of attention. Of course, all of this attention comes with considerable scrutiny, and even minor blemishes can remove thousands of dollars off of the watch’s value. For this reason, it is advisable to fix any minor issues that may be present prior to pawning a watch made by Corum within an online luxury exchange.

How to Pawn a Corum Watch

We make securing a loan against your Corum watch as easy as filling out our simple and straightforward application. When we receive your application and your acceptance of our initial offer, our team of GIA-certified evaluators will utilize their decades of experience to evaluate your watch for its true value.

It is our goal to make the time from evaluation to sale as quick and fast as possible within our online luxury exchange, which is why we use FedEx to deliver your watch to our secured facility. So if you need a short-term pawn loan or a small business loan quickly, we invite you to fill out our online application to get the process started. We can help you get the money you need in as little as 24 hours, and we would love nothing more than to work with you.