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Corum watches is a Swiss watch company based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Canton of Neuchâtel, Switzerland. Founded in 1955, it produces high quality and expensive watches, many of which are limited editions.

The reference series of Corum watches is the "Admiral's Cup" series. The brand belongs to the Hong Kong company Citychamp Watch & Jewelery Group Limited and the Swiss watch company Eterna. Corum was also the manufacturer of the World Series of Poker watch that came with the World Series of Poker bracelet in 2007, and became the manufacturer of the bracelets themselves in 2007.

Corum rose to prominence when the company introduced a watch made from a $20 gold coin, which became an instant bestseller. The company has been producing watch-coins for fifty years, equipping them with automatic, manual winding or quartz movements. Models are available in "face value" of $20 ("Double Eagle"), as well as $10 or $5 ("Liberty") on the dial. Available with a diamond bezel.

The Corum Golden Bridge watch collection is unique in the world of watchmaking. The four sapphire sides provide an unobstructed view of the intricately detailed linear movement that appears to be floating in mid-air, held only by the golden bridge after which the watch is named. Available in 18k gold or platinum.