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Auction Description for Auctionata AG: Wrist and Pocket Watches from important brands
Viewing Notes:
A preview at Auctionata on Sep 23/24 is only possible by prior appointment. Tel: +49 30 9832 0221, E-mail: sales@auctionata.com
Sale Notes:
The auction covers almost the entire spectrum of fine timekeeping pieces. Although the focus is on casual stainless steel watches, which enjoy tremendous popularity today, that's by no means all. We also have a great selection of summer highlights including Swiss classics like Patek Philippe and Rolex. Should you be more technically minded, we have a Patek Philippe Chronograph Reference 1579 and a white gold Tourbillon reference 5042 to look forward to. Last, but by no means least, a rare platinum Rolex Day Date Special Edition reference 18956 - the so-called 'Super-Rolex' - will come up for sale, which should make every collector's heart beat a little faster. This auction really is a who's who of prominent watchmakers. Of course other classics will join the show too - Audemars Piguet, Cartier, Jaeger LeCoultre and A. Lange und Söhne are among them. We also have a marvellous selection of pocket watches including a Grand Complication by Hunt & Roskell, packing a full set of features in its pocket-sized casing including a perpetual calendar, minute repetition and to top it off, a chronograph. http://auctionata.com

Wrist and Pocket Watches from important brands

(120 Lots)

by Auctionata AG


120 lots with images

September 27, 2013

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Breitling Navitimer Chronograph 18 K Gold Ref. 806, Around 1965

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Description: Breitling Navitimer, Ref. 806 Switzerland, around 1965 Manual wind movement, hour, minute, small second, 30-minutes and 12-hour subdial, tachymeter Black dial with gold numerals and gold luminescent hands; signed "Breitling" Round watch case out of 18 carat yellow gold, numbered 806 with hallmark and watchmaker's signature Black leather watch strap with gold plated pin buckle Case diameter: 40 mm Total weight: 59 g Fully functional, fair condition This chic chronograph from the 20υth century comes from the Swiss watchmaker Bucherer and is made of 18 carat yellow gold. The manual wind movement shows hour, minute and second. Additionaly there are 30-minute and 12-hours subdials as well as a tachymeter. The black dial has golden numerals and golden luminescent hands. It has a leather watch strap and a gold plated pin buckle. The dial and case are signed "Breitling". The round watch is numbered 806 and has a hallmark. The watch is in fair condition with traces of wear, such as scratches on the protective glass and abrasion on the watch case. The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter. The total weight of the watch is 59 grams. The watch was fully functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860-1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was an horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Breitling Cosmonaute Wristwatch, Switzerland, Around 2000

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Description: Breitling Cosmonaute, ref. no. A12019 Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic movement, Breitling calibre, diverse indications for air travel Stainless steel watch case Black dial, white luminescent hands Crown and clasp signed "Breitling" Stainless steel strap Case diameter: 40 mm; height: 17 mm Total weight: 284 g Fully functional, very good conditionA sportive Breitling Cosmonaute wristwatch produced in Switzerland around 2000. The watch is fitted with a Breitling calibre automatic movement and shows subdials for air travel. The watch is made of our stainless steel and possesses a black dial featuring white luminescent hands. The crown as well as the clasp are signed Breitling. The timepiece has a stainless steel strap.The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter and 17 mm in height. The watch weighs 284 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860- 1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was a horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Breitling Navimeter Wristwatch, Switzerland, Around 2000

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Description: Breitling Navimeter wristwatch Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic movement, Breitling calibre, Chronograph, Stainless steel watchcase Black dial, silver luminescent hands Crown and pin buckle signed "Breitling" Leather strap Case diameter: 38 mm; height: 11 mm Total weight: 152 g Fully functional, good condition This Breitling Navimeter chronograph was manufactured in Switzerland around 2000. The timepiece is fitted with a Breitling calibre automatic movement. The watch is made of stainless steel and has a black dial with silver, luminescent hands. Crown, watchcase and pin buckle are signed "Breitling". The watch is water resistant up to 30 m. The watch case measures 38 mm in diameter and 11 mm in height. The watch weighs 152 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860- 1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was a horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Breitling Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 1995-2000

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Description: Breitling Navimeter Chronograph, ref. no. B13047 Switzerland, around 1995-2000 Automatic movement, Breitling calibre, Chronograph Stainless steel watchcase, partially gilded Blue dial, gold hands Watchcase and folding clasp signed "Breitling" Leather strap Case diameter: 40 mm; height: 14 mm Total weight: 214 g Fully functional, very good condition This Breitling Navimeter chronograph was manufactured in Switzerland around 1995-2000. The timepiece is fitted with a Breitling calibre automatic movement. The watches is made of partially gilded stainless steel and has a blue dial gold hands. Watchcase and folding clasp are signed 'Breitling'. The watch is water resistant up to 100 m. The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter and 14 mm in height. The watch weighs 214 grams. The timepiece is in very good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860- 1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was a horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Breitling Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 1995-2005

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Description: Breitling Chronograph, ref. no. B13408 Switzerland, around 1995-2005 Automatic movement, Chronograph, Breitling calibre Watch case out of stainless steel, partially gold plated Green dial, gold hands Watch case and pin buckle signed "Breitling" Leather strap Case diameter: 40 mm; height: 14 mm Total weight: 202 g Fully functional, very good condition This fine Breitling timepiece was produced in Switzerland around 1995-2005. It is fitted with a Breitling automatic movement. The watch case is made of stainless steel and partially gold plated. The dial is green with gold hands. The watch features a tachymeter. The watch case as well as the pin buckle are signed "Breitling". The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter and 14 mm in height. The watch weighs 202 grams. The timepiece is in very good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860- 1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was a horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Breitling Navitimer Platine, Limited No. 35/50, Switzerland

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Description: Breitling Navitimer Platine ref. no. L30021 Switzerland, 1992 Limited edition, numbered "36/50" on case lid Automatic movement, Breitling calibre, Chronograph Platinum case 950/000 Blue dial, silver hands with luminescent hands Folding clasp out of 18 carat white gold Blue leather strap Case diameter: 38 mm; height: 11 mm Weight: 113 g. Fully functional, good condition This rare Breitling Navitimer Platine wristwatch was produced in a limited edition of 50. This particular piece is numbered 36/50. This watch was produced in 1992 and is fitted with a Breitling calibre automatic movement. The blue dial indicates hour, minute and second. The watch has a chronometer function. The watch case is made of 950/000 platinum. The clasp is made of 18 carat white gold. The watch case measures 38 mm in diameter and 11 mm in height. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear on case and strap. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860- 1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was a horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Breitling Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 1995-2005

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Description: Breitling Chronograph, ref. no. B13407 Switzerland, around 1995-2005 Automatic movement, chronograph, Breitling calibre Watch case out of stainless steel, partially gold plated Black dial, white hands Watch case and butterfly clasp signed Breitling Stainless steel strap Case diameter: 40 mm; height: 14 mm Total weight: 362 g Fully functional, very good condition This fine Breitling timepiece was produced in Switzerland around 1995-2005. It is fitted with a Breitling automatic movement. The watch case is made of stainless steel and partially gold plated. The dial is black with white hands. The watch case as well as the butterfly clasp are signed "Breitling". The strap is made of stainless steel. The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter and 14 mm in height. The watch weighs 362 grams. The timepiece is in very good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860- 1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was a horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Rare Breitling Chronomat, Switzerland, Around 1976

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Description: Breitling Chronomat men´s wristwatch, ref. 9108 Switzerland, around 1976 Quartz movement, caliber 853, hour, minute, second, date Watch case out of stainless steel Rotatable bezel Dial and watch case signed "Breitling" Watch case no: 1003282 Leather watch strap with pin buckle (not original) Case diameter: 47 mm, height: 10 mm Total weight: 92 g Fully functional, good condition This sportive Breitling watch was made in Switzerland, around 1976. The timepiece is fitted with a Breitling caliber 853 quartz movemen. Two colored dial show hands for hour, minute, second. The watch case is made out of stainless steel and numbered 1003282. The Watch case has a rotating bezel. Dial and watch case are signed "Breitling". Watch case measures 47 mm in diameter, and 10 mm in height. The total weight of the watch is 92 grams. The watch displays slight traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy.Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860-1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was an horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Breitling Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 1995-2005

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Description: Breitling Chronograph, ref. no. B30011 Switzerland, around 1995-2005 Automatic movement, Chronograph, Breitling calibre Watch case out of stainless steel, partially gold plated Black dial, gold luminescent hands Watch case and pin buckle signed Breitling Black leather strap Case diameter: 38 mm; height: 12 mm Total weight: 178 g Fully functional, good condition This fine Breitling timepiece was produced in Switzerland around 1995-2005. It is fitted with a Breitling automatic movement. The watch case is made of stainless steel and partially gold plated. The dial is black with gold luminescent hands. The watch case as well as the pin buckle are signed "Breitling". The watch has a black leather strap. The watch case measures 38 mm in diameter and 12 mm in height. The watch weighs 178 grams. The timepiece is in very good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was originally founded by Léon Breitling (1860- 1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became a focal point for Breitling. The Swiss company sets the standard for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among the American troops that it eventually implemented in the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic winding since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the Emergency. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof down to 3000 metres, too, was a horological masterpiece. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are certified COSC.

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Breitling Chronomat Vitesse 'The World is Yours', 1989

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Description: Breitling men's watch Chronomat Vitesse Switzerland, 1989 Limited edition of 40 from the series 'The World is Yurs'; ref. A 13050 Automatic movement, calibre Valjoux 7750; hours, minutes, small second at 9 O'clock mark, date at 3 O'clock, chronograph, tachymetre White dial with Arabic numerals, silver hands Waterproof to 100 m; polished stainless steel watch strap Rotating bezel with 60-minute indeces and a luminescent dot Polished stainless steel folding clasp with safety Casing, dial and movement signed 'Breitling' 40 mm (diameter of casing); 15 mm (height) Fully functional, good condition This Breitling Chonomat Vitesse is part of a limited edition series called 'The World is Yours' and dates to 1989. It was made in Switzerland and is powered by an automatic movement, calibre Valjoux 7750. The watch displays hours, minutes, seconds as well as a chronograph. It is fitted with a rotating bezel with a luminescent dot and 60 minute indices. The dial, clasp and movement are signed. The casing shows a reference number A13050 and the casing number 30833. The casing measures 40 mm in diameter; 15 mm height. The watch is in good condition with signs of wear on the casing and watch strap. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.Breitling The Swiss manufacturer of luxury watches was founded by Léon Breitling (1860- 1914) in 1884. When Gaston Breitling followed in his father's footsteps in 1914, the development of the chronograph became the focal point at Breitling. The Swiss company sets standards for independent chronograph pushers to this day. Breitling supplies the Royal Air Force with time keeping equipment since 1936. The Breitling Chronomat was so popular among American troops that it was eventually issued to the US Army Air Force. The Navitimer, which is also offered with an automatic movement since 1969, was a great success. When the family company had to close down in 1979, Willy Breitling sold the rights to the name and brand to the pilot and entrepreneur Ernest Schneider. In 1984 Breitling released the new Chronomat, which is still very successful today. In 1995 Breitling set a milestone in pilot watch history with the 'Emergency'. The development of a mechanical diver's watch that is waterproof to 3000 metres, was a horological feat. Since 1999 all mechanical movements of the Breitling company are COSC certified.

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Fortis B-42 Men's Alarm-Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 2005

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Description: Fortis B-42 Official Cosmonauts Chronograph Switzerland, around 2005 Automatic movement F 2001, ETA Val. 7750, modified with a module by Paul Gerber; hours, minutes, seconds, date and further subdials Black dial, white hands Stainless steel casing Stainless steel folding clasp 43 mm (casing diameter); 16 mm (height) Weight: 232 g. Fully functional, good condition This casual Fortis chronograph was made around 2005 in Switzerland. The watch has an automatic movement, calibre ETA Val 7750, with an added alarm module by Paul Gerber. It displays hours, minutes, seconds, date and further dials on a black face with white hands. The casing, watchstrap, and folding clasp are made of stainless steel. The casing is numbered 639.22.170. The casing measures 43 mm in diameter; 16 mm height. The watch weighs 232 g. and is in good condition with strong signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Fortis Watch Co. The company was founded in 1912 by Walter Vogt and Alfred Rüfli. The watchmaker's was originally named 'Vogt & Rüfli'. The company operated the first ever factory for automatic wristwatches. Fortis is a traditional Swiss watchmaker and also purveyor of the Russian Federal Space Agency since 1994.

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Tutima, Military Chronograph, Germany, Around 1990

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Description: Tutima, military chronograph Germany, around 1990 Automatic movement, Lemania 5100 calibre; hours, minutes, seconds, date, further subdials Stainless steel casing, numbered 601680 Black dial, black hands Black leather watchstrap Stainless steel folding clasp 42 mm (diameter); 14 mm (height) Weight: 116 g. Fully functional, good condition This is a rare men's watch, made by Tutima in Germany. The model is issued to German army pilots. The chronograph is powered by an automatic movement, calibre Lemania 5100, and displays hours, minutes, and seconds as well as further subdials. The watch casing is made of stainless steel. The dial is black with black hands. The watch ships with a black leather watchstrap with a stainless steel folding clasp. The casing is numbered 601680. The casing measures 42 mm in diameter; 8 mm height. The watch weighs 116 g and is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term regularity and precision cannot be guaranteed. Tutima Tutima is a German watchmaker based in Ganderkesee, which uses exclusively Swiss Ébauches. The company's origins lie in the merging of UROFA and UFAG, which were founded by the lawyer Dr. Ernst Kurtz. Tutima's best-known product is the pilot chronograph from 1941, an official replica of the UFAG/UROFA model from the same year. In 1985 the mechanical Military Chronograph was launched, which has since become standard equipment for pilots in the German army and the official NATO watch.

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Girard-Perregaux Laureato Olimpico, Switzerland, 1996

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Description: Girard-Perregaux, Laureato Evo 2 Olimpico Switzerland, 1996 Calibre GP 3170 automatic movement, chronograph, hour, minute, small second, date, tachymeter Reference no. 8017 Blue waffle dial, golden luminous hour and minute hands, indices; signed "Girard-Perregaux" Water-proof watch case, strap and clasp made of stainless steel Watch case signed "Girard-Perregaux" and numbered A N° 82/999 Clasp signed "Girard-Perregaux", manufacturer signet "GP" 43 mm (diameter), 47 mm (incl. strap horns) Original wooden box and certificate Previous MSRP (1996): approx. 10,800 DEM Fully functional; very good condition This classic Girard-Perregaux Laureato Olimpico men's wristwatch fits with any wardrobe. The water-proof watch case and strap made from stainless steel can be worn comfortably in any weather. The wonderfully shining blue waffle dial indicates the hour, minute, second and date, and features three sub-dials for the small second, chronograph and tachymeter. The hour and minute hands are luminous. The attractive watch is fitted with a calibre GP 3170 automatic movement. This watch is limited to 999 pieces.The dial and clasp show the manufacturer signature. The watch case measures 43 mm in diameter, 47 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in very good condition with only minor traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original presentation box and certificate are included. The wooden box displays light traces of wear.Girard-Perregaux The watch manufacture Girard-Perregaux is based in La Chaux-de Fonds and is considered one of the oldest manufactures in Switzerland. It was established in 1850 by Constant Othenin-Girard and renamed Girard-Perregaux in 1856, as Girard had married the daughter of the watchmaker Henri Perregaux in 1854. During the Great Depression, Otto Graef, the owner of the Manufacture Internationale de Montres d'Or (MIMO), acquired the majority share of the company. In 1970, Girard-Perregaux introduced the first industrially produced quartz watch in Switzerland and subsequently focused on the production of Quarzführen. In 1989 the company resumed the production of mechanical watches. In 1979, 1988 and 1992 the company was sold to different owners. Today Girard-Perregaux also supplies other watch brands such as Audemars Piguet and their own subsidiary Daniel Jean Richard.

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Omega Speedmaster Pre-Moon Chronograph, Switzerland

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Description: Auction announcements 23 September 2013 Lot 14: This Omega Speedmaster Pre-Moon Chronograph is fitted with a manual winding movement calibre 861. Omega Speedmaster chronograph Switzerland Omega automatic movement; hours, minutes, seconds and further sub dials Stainless steel casing Black dial, white luminescent hands Stainless steel watch strap Stainless steel folding clasp 39 mm (diameter), 9 mm (height) Weight: 106 g. Fully functional, good condition This classic Omega chronograph was made in Switzerland. The Speedmaster is fitted with an automatic movement and displays hours, minutes and seconds as well as the chronograph on a black dial with white luminescent hands. The watch strap and folding clasp are made of stainless steel. Lid, clasp and winding crown are signed. The casing measures 39 mm (diameter); 9 mm (height). The watch weighs 106 g. It is in good condition with slight signs of wear on the casing and glass. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Omega The Swiss watch company Omega is a leading player in the global watch market. It was founded in 1948 with a focus on horological innovation. The company gained fame by supplying six moon landings and creating the first diving watch. Omega also sells the only wristwatch with marine chronometer certification. Omega is a world leader in precision records and sports event timing. Having supplied 24 Olympic Games, it has subsequently become the official timer of sports events worldwide. With the introduction of the exclusive Omega Co-Axial calibre, Omega was the first to market a practical watch with escapement in almost 250 years.

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Omega Speedmaster Professional Mark II, Switzerland, circa 1970

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Description: Omega Speedmaster Professional Chronograph; reference 145.014 Switzerland, around 1970 Automatic movement; hours, minutes, seconds and sub dials Stainless steel casing Black dial, white luminescent hands Brown fabric watchstrap Stainless steel pin-buckle 41 mm (casing diameter); 13 mm (height) Weight: 94 g Fully functional, good condition This classic Omega Chronograph was made in Switzerland, around 1970. The watch is powered by an automatic movement and displays hours, minutes and seconds as well as further sub dials on a black dial with white hands. The casing and pin buckle are made of stainless steel. The fabric watchstrap is not original. The casing measures 41 mm (diameter); 13 mm (height). The watch weighs 94 g. The watch is in good condition with slight age-related signs of wear; the lid shows a small blemish. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Omega The Swiss watch company Omega is a leading player in the global watch market. It was founded in 1948 with a focus on horological innovation. The company gained fame by supplying six moon landings and creating the first diving watch. Omega also sells the only wristwatch with marine chronometer certification. Omega is a world leader in precision records and sports event timing. Having supplied 24 Olympic Games, it has subsequently become the official timer of sports events worldwide. With the introduction of the exclusive Omega Co-Axial calibre, Omega was the first to market a practical watch with escapement in almost 250 years.

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Omega Seamaster Professional Chronograph, Around 1995-2005

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Description: Omega Seamaster Professional Chronograph Switzerland, around 1995-2005 Automatic movement; hours, minutes, seconds and further sub dials Titanium casing Blue dial with white luminescent hands Titanium watchstrap Titanium folding clasp 42 mm (casing diameter); 13 mm (height) Weight: 135 g. Fully functional, good condition This casual chronometer by Omega was made in Switzerland. The seamaster is powered by an automatic movement and displays hours, minutes, seconds and further sub dials on a blue dial with white luminescent hands. The timepiece is waterproof to 300 m. The casing measures 42 mm in diameter; 13 mm height. The watch weighs 135 g. It is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Omega The Swiss watch company Omega is a leading player in the global watch market. It was founded in 1948 with a focus on horological innovation. The company gained fame by supplying six moon landings and creating the first diving watch. Omega also sells the only wristwatch with marine chronometer certification. Omega is a world leader in precision records and sports event timing. Having supplied 24 Olympic Games, it has subsequently become the official timer of sports events worldwide. With the introduction of the exclusive Omega Co-Axial calibre, Omega was the first to market a practical watch with escapement in almost 250 years.

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Omega Speedmaster Men's Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 1985

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Description: Omega Speedmaster Chronograph Switzerland, around 1985 Automatic movement; hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph Stainless steel casing Black dial, white luminescent hands Stainless steel watchstrap, numbered 575 547 Stainless steel folding clasp 39 mm (casing diameter); 9 mm (height) Weight: 106 g. Fully functional, good condition This high-quality Omega chronograph was made in Switzerland. The speedmaster Chronograph is powered by an automatic movement and displays hours, minutes, seconds, and a chronograph on a black dial with white luminescent hands. The watch, watchstrap, and folding clasp are made of stainless steel. The casing measures 39 mm in diameter; 9 mm height. The watch weighs 106 g. It is in good condition with signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Omega The Swiss watch company Omega is a leading player in the global watch market. It was founded in 1948 with a focus on horological innovation. The company gained fame by supplying six moon landings and creating the first diving watch. Omega also sells the only wristwatch with marine chronometer certification. Omega is a world leader in precision records and sports event timing. Having supplied 24 Olympic Games, it has subsequently become the official timer of sports events worldwide. With the introduction of the exclusive Omega Co-Axial calibre, Omega was the first to market a practical watch with escapement in almost 250 years.

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Omega Equinox Wristwatch, Switzerland, Around 1982

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Description: Omega Equinox wristwatch Switzerland, around 1982 Automatic movement, calibre 1655; hour, minute, second Stainless steel watch case Gold dial, silver hands Stainless steel strap, partially gold plated Folding clasp with signet Case size: 30 x 27 mm; height: 8 mm Total weight: 84 g Fully functional, good condition A very inventive timepiece named 'Equinox' made by Omega in Switzerland, around 1982. The watch is fitted with an automatic movement calibre 1655 and displays hour, minute and second. The watch case is made of stainless steel. The watch shows a gold dial with silver hands. The strap is made out of stainless steel and is partially gold-plated. The folding clasp shows the Omega maker's mark. The watch case measures 30 x 27 mm and 8 mm in height. The watch weighs 84 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Omega The Swiss watch company Omega is considered one of the leaders in the worldwide watch market. It was established in 1948 with a focus on horological innovation. It became known after six moon landings, the first diving watch and the only wristwatch with marine chronometer certification worldwide. In addition, Omega is the world leader in precision records and sports event timing. Participating in the Olympics 24 times, the company is known as the official sports event timer. With the introduction of the exclusive Omega Co-Axial calibre, Omega introduced the first practical escapement in almost 250 years.

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HEUER Carrera Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 1975

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Description: Heuer, Carrera Chronograph Switzerland, around 1975 Automatic movement, hour, minute, second, Heuer 12 Buren/Valjoux 22 calibre Silver dial, black luminescent hands Watch case made of stainless steel Case diameter: 38 mm; height: 11 mm Total weight: 99 g Fully functional, good condition A classic chronometer from Heuer, the Swiss watch manufacturer, made around 1975. The timepiece has an automatic movement and shows hour, minute, second, date and other subdials. The timepiece has a Heuer 12 Buren/Valjoux 22 calibre. The Silver dial shows black luminescent hands. The watch case, watch strap and a folding clasp made of stainless steel. The watch case measures 38 mm in diameter and 10 mm in height. The total weight is 99 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with slight age-related traces of wear to case and strap. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.TAG Heuer S.A. TAG Heuer S.A. is a Swiss manufacturer of watches and time measuring devices based in La Chaux-de-Fonds. Since 1999 it is owned by the French luxury goods conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton S. A. (LVMH). The company was founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer in Saint-Imier. TAG Heuer products have been used for the Olympic Games, the American IndyCar Series and the Formula One. The best-known chronograph series are Carrera, Monaco and Formula 1.

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Baume & Mercier Capeland XXL, Switzerland, Around 2000

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Description: Baume & Mercier Capeland XXL Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic movement, calibre ETA 2824-2; hours, minutes, seconds, date Titanium casing, stainless steel bezel Yellow dial, silver luminescent hands Rubber watchstrap and fabric replacement Titanium folding clasp In original box with documents 42 mm (casing diameter); 14 mm (height) Weight: 130 g. Fully functional, good condition This casual chronometer by Baume & Mercier was made in Switzerland, around 2000. The Capeland XXL is powered by an automatic movement and displays hours, minutes, seconds, and date. The casing and the folding clasp are made of titanium. The bezel is made of stainless steel and the watchstrap is made of rubber. The watch has a yellow dial with luminescent silver hands. The watch is waterproof to a depth of 1000 m. The timepiece ships in its original box with documents and a replacement fabric watchstrap. The casing measures 42 mm in diameter; 14 mm height. The watch weighs 130 g. It is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Baume & Mercier Two brothers from the Baume family opened one of the first watch shops in Jura, Switzerland, 1830 - it was called the 'Frères Baume, la Familie Louis Joseph'. Baume & Mercier formed after William Baume, a watchmaker met the grandson of one of the Baume brothers, Paul Mercier in 1920. The company has produced numerous fine creations since its founding in Geneva, 1830. The company has become a major player thanks to its ethos of professionalism and perfectionism.

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Eberhard, Scafomaster 500, Switzerland, Around 2001

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Description: Eberhard Scafomaster 500 Switzerland, around 2001 Automatic movement, ETA 2824-2; hours, minutes, seconds, date Stainless steel casing, numbered 41005 0656 Black dial, white hands Black leather watchstrap Stainless steel folding clasp Original box and documents 38 mm (casing diameter); 12 mm (height) Weight: 101 g. Fully functional, good condition This robust men's watch was made by Eberhard in Switzerland around 2001. The timepiece is powered by an automatic movement, calibre ETA 2824-2, and displays hours, minutes, seconds, and date on a black dial with white luminescent hands. The casing is made of stainless steel and the watchstrap is made of leather, with a stainless steel folding clasp. The watch ships in its original box with documents. The casing measures 38 mm in diameter; 12 mm, height. The watch weighs 101 g. and is in good condition with slight age-related signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term regularity and precision cannot be guaranteed. Eberhard & Co. Eberhard was founded in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, by Georges Emile Eberhard. The company has focused on reating high-precision timepieces and chronographs since its founding in 1887.

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Anonimo Firenze Polluce Opera Meccana Men's Watch, Around 2005

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Description: Polluce, Opera Mechana, Mod. 2003 Italy, around 2005 Automatic movement, calibre F1 01.0, basic calibre ETA 2824-2, hour, minute, second, date Orange coloured dial with black luminescent hands and Arabic Numerals Water resistant watch case (121 ATA); bronze and stainless steel Brown leather strap with a stainless steel pin buckle; signed „Anonimo" Watch case signed 22/50 „Polluce Opera Meccana" Case diameter: 44 mm Total weight: 127 g Original box, documents and service guarantee Fully functional, good condition This men's watch comes with a solid watch case made of bronze, in modern style. This model, „Opera Meccana", has an orange dial showing the hour, minute, small second and date. The black hands are luminescent. The watch is fitted with an automatic movement, F1 01.0 calibre, and it is a limited edition of 50. Dial and watch case show a maker's mark. The watch case measures 44 mm in diameter and has a total weight of 127 grams. The watch is in good condition with traces of storage on the watch case. The watch worked faultlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original presentation box and documents as well as a a warranty card, are included. The box has traces of wear.

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Daniel JeanRichard Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, 2002

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Description: Daniel JeanRichard men's wristwatch, reference 25012 Switzerland, 2002 Automatic movement, JeanRichard; hours, minutes, seconds, chronograph and tachymeter Black dial with silver indices; signed 'Daniel JeanRichard' Water resistant casing Brown leather watchstrap Stainless steel folding clasp 43 mm (casing diameter); 51 mm (casing with strap horns) Weight: 110 g. Original box and manufacturer's warranty Fully functional, very good condition This elegant watch was made by Daniel around 2002 in Switzerland. The black dial with silver indices displays hours, minutes and seconds. The minute and second hands are luminescent. The stainless steel casing is marked with the reference number '25012' and a further number '919'. The watch ships with an alligator leather watchstrap - a classic watch of very fine craftsmanship! The dial, movement, and clasp show the maker's mark: 'Daniel JeanRichard'. The casing measures 43mm in diameter; 51 mm including strap horns. The watch is in very good condition with only slight signs of wear; the watch was functional during in-house testing, but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. The watch ships in its original box with manufacturer's warranty. Daniel JeanRichard Daniel JeanRichard was born in 1665 and is considered the grandfather of watchmaking in the Swiss canton of Jura. The brand is a driving force in the Swiss watchmaking industry. JeanRichard was a pioneer and innovator in all areas of watchmaking. The rights to the brand name were sold to Luigi Macaluso in the 1980s, who developed it, and re-established JeanRichard.

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IWC Aquatimer Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 2005-2010

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Description: IWC men's wristwatch, reference 3144325 Switzerland, around 2005-2010 Automatic movement; hours, minutes, seconds, date, calendar, chronograph Titanium casing Black dial with white and yellow hands Titanium pin buckle Rubber watchstrap 42 mm (casing diameter); 13 mm (height) Weight: 107 g. Fully functional, very good condition This extravagant and yet casual wristwatch by IWC was made in Switzerland. The watch is powered by an automatic movement and displays hours, minutes, date and a calendar on its black dial; the hour hand is white, the minute hand is yellow. The casing and pin buckle are made of titanium. The casing measures 42 mm in diameter; 13 mm height. The watch weighs 107 g. The watch is in very good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. IWC International Watch Co. AG IWC International Watch Co. AG is a traditional Swiss manufacturer of wrist and pocket watches. The company was established 1868 by the American watchmaker and engineer Florentine Ariosto Jones (1841-1916) who intended to bring high-quality Swiss watches to the American market. Since 2000, the company belongs to the Swiss luxury goods holding company Richemont.

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IWC Ocean 2000 Porsche Design, Switzerland, Around 1990

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Description: IWC Ocean 2000 Porsche Design Watch Switzerland, around 1990 Automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date Black dial, luminescent hands, signed "IWC" Watch case and strap out of titanium, case no. 2449846 Receipt from 1991 Case diameter: 43 mm; height: 10 mm Total weight: 130 g Fully functional, good condition A stable IWC Porsche Design men's wristwatch made in Switzerland around 1990. The timepiece is fitted with an automatic movement and displays hour, minute, second and date. The watch has a black dial with luminescent hands, signed "IWC". The watch case and strap are made out of titanium and numbered 2449846. The watch ships with a bill from 1991. The watch case measures 43 mm in diameter and 10 mm in height. The watch weighs 130 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with minor traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. IWC International Watch Co. AG IWC International Watch Co. AG is a traditional Swiss manufacturer of wrist and pocket watches. The company was established 1868 by the American watchmaker and engineer Florentine Ariosto Jones (1841-1916) with the intent to manufacture high-quality watches in Switzerland for the American market. Since 2000, the company belongs to the Swiss luxury goods holding company Richemont.

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IWC Porsche Design Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, Around 2000

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Description: IWC Porsche Design men's wristwatch Switzerland, around 2000 Quartz movement; hours, minutes, seconds Titanium casing; No. 2328505 Black dial, golden hands Titanium watch strap Folding clasp 34 mm (casing diameter); 6 mm (height) Weight: 55 g. Fully functional, very good condition This classic IWC men's watch was made in Switzerland. The watch is fitted with a quartz movement and displays hours, minutes and seconds on a black dial with golden hands. The casing and watch strap are made of titanium; watch strap with folding clasp. The lid shows the casing number 2328505. The watch measures 34 mm (diameter); 6 mm (height). The watch weighs 55g. It is in very good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. IWC International Watch Co. AG IWC International Watch Co. AG is a traditional Swiss manufacturer of wrist and pocket watches. The company was established 1868 by the American watchmaker and engineer Florentine Ariosto Jones (1841-1916), who intended to manufacture high-quality watches in Switzerland for the American market. Since 2000, the company belongs to the Swiss luxury goods holding company Richemont.

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Tudor Oyster Prince, Switzerland, Around 1970

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Description: Auction announcements 23 September 2013 Lot 27: The reference number of this watch is 7928. Tudor Oyster Prince wristwatch Switzerland, around 1970 Automatic movement, hour, minute, second Black dial, silver luminescent hands Stainless steel watch case, original Oyster case by Rolex Folding clasp out of stainless steel Case diameter: 40 mm; height: 11 mm Total weight: 93 g Fully functional, good condition This is a men's wristwatch made by Tudor in Switzerland, around 1970. The watch is fitted with an automatic movement and displays hour, minute and second. The watch has a black dial with silver, luminescent hands. The case made of stainless steel is an original Rolex case. The folding clasp is made of stainless steel as well. The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter and 11 mm in height. The watch weighs 93 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.

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Tudor Prince Date Chronograph, Switzerland, Around 2000

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Description: Tudor Prince Date Chronograph Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic movement; hour, minute, second, chronograph Black dial, silver hands Stainless steel watch case Folding clasp and strap out of stainless steel Case diameter: 40 mm; height: 12 mm Total weight: 142 g Fully functional, good condition The Tudor Prince Date chronograph is a high class timepiece made in Switzerland around 2000. The watch is fitted with an automatic movement and displays hour, minute, second and chronograph. The watch shows a black dial with silver hands. Watch case, folding clasp as well as strap are made of stainless steel. The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter and 12 mm in height. The watch weighs 142 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.

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Tudor Prince Day Date Wristwatch, Switzerland, Around 2000

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Description: Tudor Prince Day Date wristwatch, reference 76214 Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic movement; hours, minutes, seconds, calendar, weekday Black dial, silver hands Stainless steel casing Stainless steel folding clasp and watchstrap 35 mm (casing diameter); 9 mm (height) Weight: 97 g. Fully functional, very good condition The Tudor Prince Day Date is a high-quality timepiece from Switzerland. The watch is powered by an automatic movement and displays hours, minutes, seconds, and a calendar on a black dial with silver hands. The casing, folding clasp, and watchstrap are made of stainless steel. The casing measures 35 mm (diameter); 9 mm (height) and the watch weighs 97 g. The watch is in very good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.ATTENTION! Auctionata cannot guarantee successful delivery of Rolex/Tudor watches to the US due to trademark restrictions. Auctionata cannot be held responsible for authorising the transport of watches by Rolex Watch U.S.A Inc. and hereby expressly absolves itself of any issues arising from the US import ban.

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Tag Heuer Microtimer Wristwatch, Switzerland, Around 2005

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Description: Tag Heuer Microtimer wristwatch Switzerland, around 2005 Quartz movement, calibre HR 03; digital display of hours, minutes and date Black background, white digits Stainless steel casing numbered CS111CDH8981 Lap counter, up to 80 laps Chronograph accurate to 1/1000th second Rubber watchstrap Stainless steel folding clasp Background illumination 38 x 43 mm (casing); 12 mm (height) Weight: 103 g. Fully functional, good condition This modern Swiss wristwatch was made by TAG Heuer in 2005. The watch has a quartz movement, calibre HR 03, and a digital display showing hours, minutes, seconds and the date. The watch shows white digits on a black background. The stainless steel casing is numbered CS111C DH8981. The watch also has a number of extra features such as a lap counter, backlight, and a chronograph accurate to 1/1000υth of a second. The rubber watchstrap has a stainless steel clasp. The watch measures 38 x 43 mm (casing); 12 mm (height) and weighs 103 g. It is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. TAG Heuer S.A. TAG Heuer S.A. is a Swiss manufacturer of watches and time measuring devices based in La Chaux-de-Fonds. Since 1999 it is owned by the French luxury goods conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton S. A. (LVMH). The company was founded in 1860 by Edouard Heuer in Saint-Imier. TAG Heuer products have been used for the Olympic Games, the American IndyCar Series and the Formula One. The best-known chronograph series are Carrera, Monaco and Formula 1.

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Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Lady, Switzerland, ca. 2005

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Description: Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor lady's watch, reference 148.8.60 Switzerland, around 2005 Automatic movement, calibre 896; hours, minutes, date Stainless steel casing White enamel dial, luminescent silver hands Casing and pin buckle with maker's mark; black alligator leather watch strap Stainless steel folding clasp Bezel with diamonds 38 mm (casing diameter); 10 mm (height) Weight: 80 g. Fully functional, good condition This fine Master Compressor Women's watch was made by Jaeger LeCoultre around 2005 in Switzerland. The watch is powered by an automatic movement, JLC calibre 896. The casing is made of stainless steel. The watch shows hours and minutes on a silver dial with silver luminescent hands. The casing and folding clasp show the Jeager LeCoultre maker's mark. The timepiece ships with a black alligator leather watchstrap. The bezel is fitted with diamonds. The casing measures 38 mm in diameter; 10 mm height. The watch weighs 80 g. The Jaeger LeCoultre Master Compressor Lady is fully functional and in good condition with only slight age-related signs of wear; long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed.Jaeger-LeCoultre Jaeger-LeCoultre was established in 1833 by the brothers Charles Antoine and Ulysse LeCoultre in the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Canton of Vaud. The Swiss luxury watch manufacture belongs to the Richemont holding company and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. Among the best-known watches are: Ladies' watches with the smallest calibre in the world (K101, since 1929), the skeletonised pocket watch Grande Complication Email Bleu calibre 17JSSCCRVQ with minute repetition, two-hand chronograph and perpetual calendar (since 1928), the Reverso with swivel case (since 1931), the Memovox alarm watch (since 1956, also with automatic winding from 1956), the automatic watch Futurematic (automatic alarm watch for divers, Deep Sea Automatic Alarm, since 1959) and the Grand Réveil with alarm, perpetual calendar and automatic winding (since 1989). Recent successes include the Master Grand Réveil (since 2004, with vibration alarm) and the Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie, consisting of 1300 components with 26 complications, one of the most complicated wristwatches in the world (since 2009). Table clocks are also produced to this day, such as the 1931 Atmos, whose mechanical movement is wound up through changes in temperature.

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Chaumet Women's Wristwatch, France, Around 2010

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Description: Chaumet women's wristwatch France, around 2010 Quartz movement; hours, minutes, seconds, date Mother of pearl dial fitted with 8 diamonds Stainless steel casing and folding clasp, fitted with diamonds Casing, dial and movement signed 'Chaumet' Casing numbered: 622-15623 Original leather case 33 mm (diameter), 8 mm (height) Weight: 71 g. Fully functional, good condition This modern Chaumet women's watch is fitted with diamonds. The watch is powered by a quartz movement. The casing and folding clasp are made of stainless steel. The Mother-of-pearl dial shows dot indices, fitted with diamonds. The hands for hours and minutes are luminescent. The watch is fitted with a rubber watchstrap and is waterproof to 1000 m. The bezel is also fitted with diamonds and can be turned to display a second time zone. A precious watch with an enticing design. The casing is numbered 622-15623 and signed 'Chaumet'. The casing measures 33 mm in diameter; 8 mm (height). The watch weighs 71 g. It is in good condition with slight signs of wear and use; hairlines on casing and strap. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. The watch ships in its original leather case.

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Breguet Type XX, Ref. No. 3820, Switzerland, Around 2007

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Description: Breguet men's wrist watch, reference no. 3820 Switzerland, around 2012 Automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date, chronograph, Breguet calibre Black dial, Silver luminescent hands Watch case out of stainless steel, numbered 36669 Brown leather strap Folding clasp out of stainless steel Case diameter: 40 mm; height: 12 mm Total weight: 88 g Original presentation box Fully functional, good condition This very fine Breguet Type XX was produced in 2007 in Switzerland. The timepiece is fitted with a Breguet manufacture calibre automatic movement and indicates the hour, minute, second, date and a chronograph. The stainless steel watch case is numbered 36669 and has a black dial with silver luminescent hands. Folding clasp as well as crown are made of stainless steel. The watch comes with the original brown leather strap, as well as original presentation box. The folding clasp and crown are signed „Breguet". The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter, 12 mm in height. The watch weighs 88 grams. The watch is in good condition with some traces of wear. The watch was fully functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breguet S.A. In 1775 the watchmaker Abraham Louis Breguet founded the watch manufacture Montres Breguet S.A. in Paris. Today it is based in Vallée de Joux in Switzerland. Breguet paved the way for the modern, daily-worn watch with the first wristwatch, which was produced between 1810 and 1812. Breguet watches soon became so famous that they were often forged. From 1796 Breguet watches were given a secret signature on the dial for this reason. The so-called Breguet spring, a specially shaped coil spring in the escapement, is also very well known among experts. Breguet was taken over by the Swatch Group in 1999.

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Breguet Horloger de la Maraine, Switzerland, Around 1995

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Description: Breguet men's wristwatch; serial number 794 Switzerland, around 1995 Breguet automatic movement; hours, minutes, seconds, date Silver dial, blue hands 18 K yellow gold and stainless steel casing 18 K yellow gold and stainless steel watch strap Stainless steel folding clasp 36 mm (casing diameter); 12 mm (height) Weight: 120 g. Fully functional, good condition This high-quality watch was made by Breguet around 1995. The timepiece is powered by a Breguet automatic movement and shows hours, minutes, seconds and the date on a silver-plated gold dial with blued steel hands - a typical Breguet design. The casing and watchstrap are made of stainless steel and 18 K yellow gold. The folding clasp and crown both show the Breguet maker's mark. The casing measures 36 mm in diameter; 12 mm height. The timepiece weighs 120 g. The watch is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Breguet S.A. In 1775 the watchmaker Abraham Louis Breguet founded the watch manufacture Montres Breguet S.A. in Paris. Today it is based in Vallée de Joux in Switzerland. Breguet paved the way for the modern, daily-worn watch with its first wristwatch, which was produced between 1810 and 1812. Breguet watches soon became so famous that their product became prone to forgery. From 1796 Breguet watches were given a secret signature on the dial for this reason. The so-called Breguet spring, a specially shaped coil spring in the escapement, is also very well known among experts. Breguet was taken over by the Swatch Group in 1999.

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Vacheron & Constantin Overseas Men's Watch, Around 2005

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Description: Vacheron Constantin Overseas Switzerland, around 2005 Automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date Blue dial, black luminescent hands Watch case out of stainless steel, numbered 741336 Watch case signed Watchstrap, crown and a folding clasp out of stainless steel Case diameter: 37 mm; height: 8 mm Total weight: 126 g Original leather case Fully functional, very good condition, full service made 2012 This fine watch from the Swiss manufacturer - Vacherone & Constantin is a men's chronometer from around 2005. The timepiece, as well as the watchstrap and a crown, are made of stainless steel. This watch with an automatic movement shows hour, minute, second and date. The blue dial shows silver luminescent hands. The watch comes with an original leather case. The watch measures 37 mm in diameter, and 8 mm in height. The timepiece weighs 126 grams. The watch is in good condition with light traces of wear. The watch was fully functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Vacheron & Constantin The watch manufacturer Vacheron & Constantin was established in 1755 by the master watchmaker Jean-Marc Vacheron in Geneva. Vacheron & Constantin is the oldest watch manufacturer to never cease their production in the world. François Constantin formed a partnership with Vacheron's descendants in 1819. In 1893 the house of Vacheron & Constantin made history by complementing the handiwork done on the watches with machine production. This enabled serial production and replacement of watch parts, which in the long term also improved the marketing of the watches.

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Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Septantième Men's Watch, 2002

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Description: Jaeger LeCoulre Reverso Septantième men's watch Switzerland, 2002 Manual wind movement, calibre JLC 879; hour, minute, second, date, 8h power reserve White dial with black and blued steel-hands, signed "Jaeger LeCoultre" Watch case and folding clasp out of 18 carat red gold, patented reverso mechanism Watch case no. 71500/240919 Movement signed "Jaeger LeCoultre" Original leather strap Original box, original guarantee Case size: 29 x 46 mm Total weight: 139 g Fully functional, very good condition This Jaeger LeCoultre Reverso Septantième men's watch was manufactured in Switzerland in 2002. The watch is fitted with and JLC calibre 879 and displays hour, minute, second, date and an eight hour power reserve. The watch has a white dial with black and blued steel hands, signed "Jaeger LeCoultre". The watch case as well as the folding clasp are made of 18 carat red gold. The watch case no. is 71500/240919. The movement is signed "Jaeger LeCoultre". The watch ships with the original box and the original guarantee. The watch case measures 29 x 46 mm. The watch weighs 139 grams. The timepiece is in very good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Jaeger-LeCoultre Jaeger-LeCoultre was established in 1833 by the brothers Charles Antoine and Ulysse LeCoultre in the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Canton of Vaud. The Swiss luxury watch manufacture belongs to the Richemont holding company and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. Ladies' watches with the smallest calibre in the world (K101, since 1929), the skeletonised pocket watch Grande Complicaton Email Bleu calibre 17JSSCCRVQ with minute repetition, two-hand chronograph and perpetual calendar (since 1928), the Reverso with swivel case (since 1931), the Memovox alarm watch (since 1956, also with automatic winding from 1956), the automatic watch Futurematic (automatic alarm watch for divers, Deep Sea Automatic Alarm, since 1959) and the Grand Réveil with alarm, perpetual calendar and automatic winding (since 1989) are among the best-known watches. Recent successes include the Master Grand Réveil (since 2004, with vibration alarm) and the Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie, consisting of 1300 components with 26 complications, one of the most complicated wristwatches in the world (since 2009). Table clocks are also produced to this day, such as the 1931 Atmos, whose mechanical movement is wound up through changes in temperature.

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Jaeger LeCoultre Chronograph, Ref. No. 115.5.31, Around 1990

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Description: Auction announcements 23 September 2013 Lot 37: The watch has a Meca quarz calibre JLC 631. Jaeger LeCoultre Chronograph, ref. no. 115.5.31 Switzerland, around 1990 Quartz movement, JLS calibre 631; subdials White dial, gold hands Pin buckle and crown gold plated and signed Brown leather strap Case diameter: 34 mm; height: 7 mm Total weight: 106 g Fully functional, good condition This elegant timepiece by Jaeger LeCoultre was manufactured in Switzerland around 1990. The Chronograph is fitted with a JLC 631 calibre quartz movement. The watch case is made of stainless steel and partially gold plated. The watch shows a white enamel dial, white hands as well as a tachymeter. The crown is gold plated. The watch case as well as the pin buckle hold the Jaeger LeCoultre signet. The watch has a brown leather strap. The watch case measures 34 mm in diameter and 7 mm in height. The watch weighs 284 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Jaeger-LeCoultre Jaeger-LeCoultre was established in 1833 by the brothers Charles Antoine and Ulysse LeCoultre in the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Canton of Vaud. The Swiss luxury watch manufacture belongs to the Richemont holding company and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. Ladies' watches with the smallest calibre in the world (K101, since 1929), the skeletonised pocket watch Grande Complicaton Email Bleu calibre 17JSSCCRVQ with minute repetition, two-hand chronograph and perpetual calendar (since 1928), the Reverso with swivel case (since 1931), the Memovox alarm watch (since 1956, also with automatic winding from 1956), the automatic watch Futurematic (automatic alarm watch for divers, Deep Sea Automatic Alarm, since 1959) and the Grand Réveil with alarm, perpetual calendar and automatic winding (since 1989) are among the best-known watches. Recent successes include the Master Grand Réveil (since 2004, with vibration alarm) and the Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie, consisting of 1300 components with 26 complications, one of the most complicated wristwatches in the world (since 2009). Table clocks are also produced to this day, such as the 1931 Atmos, whose mechanical movement is wound up through changes in temperature.

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Jaeger LeCoultre Master Geographique, Ref. 169192, Around 2000

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Description: Jaeger LeCoultre Master Geographique, ref. no. 169.1.92 Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic movement, JLC automatic calibre; hour, minute, second, world time indication Watch case out of 18 carat yellow gold White dial, blue hands Case and pin buckle signed Black leather strap Case diameter: 38 mm; height: 9 mm Total weight: 166 g Fully functional, good condition This elegant timepiece from Jaeger LeCoultre was manufactured in Switzerland, around 2000. The watch is fitted with a JLC automatic movement. The watch case is made of 18 carat yellow gold. The watch has a white dial with blue hands. The watch case as well as the pin buckle with Jaeger LeCoultre maker's mark. The watch case measures 38 mm in diameter and 9 mm in height. The watch weighs 166 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Jaeger-LeCoultre Jaeger-LeCoultre was established in 1833 by the brothers Charles Antoine and Ulysse LeCoultre in the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Canton of Vaud. The Swiss luxury watch manufacture belongs to the Richemont holding company and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. Ladies' watches with the smallest calibre in the world (K101, since 1929), the skeletonised pocket watch Grande Complicaton Email Bleu calibre 17JSSCCRVQ with minute repetition, two-hand chronograph and perpetual calendar (since 1928), the Reverso with swivel case (since 1931), the Memovox alarm watch (since 1956, also with automatic winding from 1956), the automatic watch Futurematic (automatic alarm watch for divers, Deep Sea Automatic Alarm, since 1959) and the Grand Réveil with alarm, perpetual calendar and automatic winding (since 1989) are among the best-known watches. Recent successes include the Master Grand Réveil (since 2004, with vibration alarm) and the Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie, consisting of 1300 components with 26 complications, one of the most complicated wristwatches in the world (since 2009). Table clocks are also produced to this day, such as the 1931 Atmos, whose mechanical movement is wound up through changes in temperature.

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Jaeger LeCoultre Reverse de Marche, Switzerland, Around 2007

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Description: Jaeger LeCoultre Reserve de Marche Men's wristwatch; reference 140.8.93 Switzerland, around 2007 JLC movement 928; hours, minutes, seconds, power reserve Stainless steel casing Silver dial, silver hands Folding clasp and crown Blue leather strap 37 mm (diameter); 7 mm (height) Weight: 61 g. Fully functional, good condition This beautiful Jaeger LeCoultre was made around 2007 in Switzerland. The watch is powered by an automatic movement, calibre 928. The casing is made of stainless steel. The watch displays hours, minutes and power reserve on a silver enamel dial with silver hands. Crown and folding clasp are signed. The timepiece is fitted with a blue leather watch strap. The watch measures 37 mm in diameter; 7 mm height. The watch weighs 61 g and is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Jaeger-LeCoultre Jaeger-LeCoultre was established in 1833 by the brothers Charles Antoine and Ulysse LeCoultre in the Vallée de Joux in the Swiss Canton of Vaud. The Swiss luxury watch manufacture belongs to the Richemont holding company and is based in Le Sentier, Switzerland. Ladies' watches with the smallest calibre in the world (K101, since 1929), the skeletonised pocket watch Grande Complicaton Email Bleu calibre 17JSSCCRVQ with minute repetition, two-hand chronograph and perpetual calendar (since 1928), the Reverso with swivel case (since 1931), the Memovox alarm watch (since 1956, also with automatic winding from 1956), the automatic watch Futurematic (automatic alarm watch for divers, Deep Sea Automatic Alarm, since 1959) and the Grand Réveil with alarm, perpetual calendar and automatic winding (since 1989) are among the best-known watches. Recent successes include the Master Grand Réveil (since 2004, with vibration alarm) and the Hybris Mechanica à Grande Sonnerie, consisting of 1300 components with 26 complications, one of the most complicated wristwatches in the world (since 2009). Table clocks are also produced to this day, such as the 1931 Atmos, whose mechanical movement is wound up through changes in temperature.

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Patek Philippe Chronograph, Ref. 1579, Switzerland, 1941/61

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Description: Patek Philippe chronograph, reference 1579 Switzerland, movement from 1941, watch case from 1961 Manual wind movement, calibre 13''', hour, minute, second, chronograph White dial, gold hands, blued second hand Watch case out of 18 carat yellow gold, no. 2.621.608 Movement no. 862.749 Brown leather strap 18 carat yellow gold pin buckle, signed Patek Philippe 18 carat yellow gold crown, signed Patek Philippe Original box, original leather case, extract from the manufacturer Case diameter: 36 mm; height: 8 mm Total weight: 54 g Fully functional, very good condition This elegant Patek Philippe Movement wristwatch was manufactured in Switzerland in 1961. The watch is fitted with a calibre 13''' manual wind movement and displays hour, minute and second. The white dial has gold and blued hands. The watch case as well as pin buckle and crown are made of 18 carat yellow gold. The pin buckle is hallmarked. Watch case no. 2.621.6089. Movement no. 862.749. The watch ships with the original box, original leather case and the extract from the maker's archive.The watch case measures 36 mm in diameter and 8 mm in height. The watch weighs 107 grams. The timepiece is in good condition with traces of wear. The dial shows no patina. Exceptional condition for this reference. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Patek Philippe In 1839 the businessman Antoni Patek and the watchmaker Francois Czapek founded "Patek, Czapek & CIe" in Geneva. In 1851 Adrien Philippe officially became a partner in the company; they had already worked together on new watchmaking techniques. In 1932 the company was bought by Charles and Jean Stern and is still a family business. The company is known for its long-standing tradition, innovation, rarity, aesthetics, as well as quality and fine workmanship.

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Patek Philippe, Ref. 3445, Switzerland, Around 1969

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Description: Patek Philippe, reference No. 3445 Switzerland, around 1969 Automatic movement, calibre 27-460M; hours minutes seconds, date Silver dial, white gold hands 18 K white gold casing 18 K white gold watch strap; signed Gübelin 18 K white gold folding clasp; signed Gübelin 54 diamonds Certificate of sale and documents 35 mm (casing diameter); 8 mm (height) Weight: 89 g. Fully functional, good condition This elegant Patek Philippe Calatrava, reference No. 3445, was made in 1969 in Switzerland. It is powered by an automatic movement, calibre 27-460M, and displays hours, minutes, seconds and date on a silver dial with white gold hands. The watchcase and watchstrap are made of 18 K white gold and are signed 'Gübelin'. The bezel is fitted with 54 diamonds. The casing measures 35 mm in diameter; 8 mm height. The timepiece weighs 89 g. The watch is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Patek Philippe In 1839 the businessman Antoni Patek and the watchmaker Francois Czapek founded "Patek, Czapek & CIe" in Geneva. In 1851 Adrien Philippe officially became a partner in the company; they had already worked together on new watchmaking techniques. In 1932 the company was bought by Charles and Jean Stern and is still a family business. The company is known for its long-standing tradition, innovation, rarity, aesthetics, as well as quality and fine workmanship.

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Patek Philippe Gondolo, Reference 3942, Switzerland, 1985

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Description: Patek Philippe Gondolo wristwatch Switzerland, 1985 Patek Philippe manufacture movement, calibre 240; hour, minute Silver dial, gold hands Watch case out 18 carat yellow gold, no. 1.194.004 Black leather strap Clasp out of 18 carat yellow gold, hallmarked Original box, extract from the archive Case size: 22 x 39 mm; height: 5 mm Total weight: 46 g Fully functional, very good condition A very elegant timepiece made by Patek Philippe in Switzerland in 1985. The watch is fitted with a calibre 250 Patek Philippe manufacture movement and displays hour and minute. The watch has a silver dial and gold hands. The watch case and the clasp are made out of 18 carat yellow gold. The case is numbered 1.194.004. The watch ships with the original box and an extract from the archive. The watch case measures 22 x 39 mm and 5 mm in height. The watch weighs 46 grams. The timepiece is in very good condition with minor traces of wear. The watch was functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Patek Philippe In 1839 the businessman Antoni Patek and the watchmaker Francois Czapek founded "Patek, Czapek & CIe" in Geneva. In 1851 Adrien Philippe officially became a partner in the company; they had already worked together on new watchmaking techniques. In 1932 the company was bought by Charles and Jean Stern and is still a family business. The company is known for its long-standing tradition, innovation, rarity, aesthetics, as well as quality and fine workmanship.

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A. Lange & Söhne, Saxonia, Germany, Around 1999

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Description: A. Lange & Söhne men's wristwatch Saxonia, reference no. 105.002 Germany, around 1999 Manual wind movement, hour, minute, second, date, calibre L911.3 White dial, golden hands Watch case out of 18 carat yellow gold, numbered 110686 Black leather watch strap Pin buckle out of 18 carat red gold Case diameter: 34,9 mm; height: 8 mm Total weight: 76 g Original box and documents Fully functional, good condition This precious watch was made by a traditional German watchmaker - A.Lange & Söhne, around 1999. The timepiece has a manual wind movement and shows hour, minute and second. The watch case is made of 18 carat yellow gold and has a rare golden bottom. The dial is white with golden hands. The pin buckle is made of red gold and the strap is made of black leather. The watch comes with an additional black alligator leather strap, original box and documents. The watch measures 34,9 mm in diameter, 8 mm in height. The total weight of this timepiece is 76 grams. The watch is in a good condition with light traces of wear. The watch was fully functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. A. Lange & Söhne The watchmakers A. Lange & Söhne were the horologists of the royal court of Saxony. Ferdinand A. Lange completed his training under Johann Gutkaes. In 1845 Lange founded his own production workshop in Glashütte where he made watches which are renowned for their high quality and reliability. Later his two sons took over the manufactory which was successfully continued through generations. After destruction and confiscation during and after the Second World War, Walter Lange founded the family company for a second time in 1990 - today Glashütte is once again the center of German watchmaking. The manufacturer is distinguished by its ingenuity, use of precious materials and fine workmanship.

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Piaget, Emperadeur Men's Watch, Switzerland, Around 2000

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Description: Piaget Emperadeur men's watch, reference no. 18900 Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic Piaget movement, hour, minute, second Silver dial, gold hands Watch case out of 18 carat red gold, numbered 854236 Brown leather watchstrap Pin buckle out of 18 carat red gold Crown out of 18 carat red gold Watchcase measures: 41 x 32 mm; watchcase height: 8 mm Total weight: 74 g Original box Fully functional, very good condition This watch was made by Piaget in Switzerland, 2005. The timepiece is fitted with an automatic Piaget movement and shows hour, minute and second. The watch case is made of 18 carat red gold. The dial is silver with golden hands. The watch case is numbered 854236. The brown leather watchstrap closes with a pin buckle made of red gold. The crown is made of 18 carat red gold. This watch comes with an original box. The watch measures 41 x 32 mm, and 8 mm in height. The total weight of the timepiece is 74 grams. The watch is in very good condition with some light traces of wear. The watch worked flawlessly during a short time test; no guarantee on accuracy. Piaget Since its foundation in 1874, Piaget has been cultivating a spirit of luxury while emphasising its creativity, attention to detail and fully integrated watchmaking and jewellery expertise. Originally specialized in the design and production of watch movements, the Manufacture expanded the scope of its expertise in the 1960s with the launch of astonishing jewellery watches, followed by innovative jewellery collections. Expressing the spirit of the times, Piaget's watch and jewellery designs embody the eternal quest for technical mastery, transformed by boldness, expertise and imagination.

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Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day Date, Switzerland, Around 1975

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Description: Auction announcements 23 September 2013 Lot 45: There was a wrong calibre set in the detailed description: the watch is fitted with a calibre 1556. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day Date, reference 1803 Switzerland, around 1975 Automatic movement, calibre 1556; hours, minutes, seconds, date, day of the week Movement number M810506 Green diamond-fitted dial, golden hands 18 K yellow gold casing; No. 269122 Green leather watch strap 18 K yellow gold folding clasp 18 K yellow gold crown 38 mm (diameter); 11 mm (height) Total weight: 73 g Fully functional, good condition This is an unusual variant of the Rolex Oyster Perpetual Day Date. It was made in Switzerland, around 1975. The watch is powered by an automatic movement, Rolex calibre 1555, and displays hours, minutes, seconds, date and day of the week on a green dial with diamonds and gold hands. The casing is made of 18 K yellow gold; the green watch strap is made of leather; the pin-buckle is made of 18 K yellow gold. The crown is also made of 18 K yellow gold. The casing measures 38 mm in diameter; 11 mm height. The watch weighs 73 g. It is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA is headquartered in Geneva and runs a large manufactory in Biel/Bienne. Hans Wilsdorf founded the company in 1905 in London. He began the business by importing Swiss watches to London and branded them 'Rolex', on the dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches, which were considered unreliable at the time. Rolex released the 'Oyster' in 1926, which was the first waterproof watch and marks the beginning of the brand's rise to fame. ATTENTION! Auctionata cannot guarantee successful delivery of Rolex watches to the US due to trademark restrictions. Auctionata cannot be held responsible for authorising the transport of watches by Rolex Watch U.S.A Inc. and hereby expressly absolves itself of any issues arising from the US import ban.

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Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph, Ref. 116599, Around 2008

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Description: Auction announcements 23 September 2013 Lot 46: The watch case cover is not made of stainlass steel but also of 18 ct. white gold. Rolex Oyster Perpetual Cosmograph, ref. no. 116599 Switzerland, Around 2008 Automatic movement, calibre 4130; hour, minute, chronograph Silver diamond-studded dial, silver hands Watch case out of 18 carat white gold, no. 269122 Watch case cover out of stainless steel leather strap "Genuine Lizard" 18 carat white gold folding clasp and crown Original box, documents, certificate of authenticity 40 mm (casing diameter); 11 mm (height) Weight: 133 g. Fully functional, excellent condition This high class Rolex Cosmograph, ref. no. 116599, was manufactures in Switzerland around 2008. The premium timepiece is fitted with a Rolex calibre 4130 automatic movement and displays hour, minute and further subdials. The watch has a silver, fully diamond studded dial with silver hands. The watch case is made of 18 carat white gold and numbered 269122. The folding clasp as well as the crown are also made of 18 carat white gold. The watch ships with the original box, documents and a certificate of authenticity. The casing measures 40 mm in diameter; 11 mm height. The timepiece weighs 133 g. The watch is in good condition with slight signs of wear. The watch was functional during in-house testing but long-term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA has its main seat in Geneva with a large manufactory in Biel/Bienne. Hans Wilsdorf founded the company in 1905 in London when he began importing Swiss watches to London and writing the company's name "Rolex" on the clock dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches that were not considered to be reliable and have a great future back then. But already in 1926, Rolex was able to present the first water-resistant watch, the Oyster, marking the beginning of the company's worldwide success.ATTENTION! Auctionata cannot guarantee successful delivery of Rolex watches to the US due to trademark restrictions. Auctionata cannot be held responsible for authorising the transport of watches by Rolex Watch U.S.A Inc. and hereby expressly absolves itself of any issues arising from the US import ban.

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Rolex Lady Datejust Pearlmaster, Ref. 803098, Around 2000

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Description: Rolex Lady Datejust Pearlmaster, reference no. 803098 Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic movement, hour, minute, date, 2135 calibre Silver dial jeweled with diamonds, silver hands Watch case out of 18 carat white gold Case cover out of stainless steel Watch strap out of 18 carat white gold Folding clasp out of 18 carat white gold, singed Crown out of 18 carat white gold Original box, certificate of authenticity and documents Case diameter: 27 mm; height: 9 mm Total weight: 111 g Fully functional, good condition This precious Rolex Datejust Pearlmaster ladies wristwatch was produced in Switzerland around 2000. This watch is fitted with a Rolex calibre 2135 automatic movement. The dial indicates an hour, minute and date. The watch case is made of 18 carat white gold, and has a silver dial, fitted with 10 diamonds and silver hands. The case cover is made of stainless steel. The white gold watch strap can be closed with a folding clasp. The watch crown is made of 18 carat white gold as well. The watch comes with an original box, certificate of authenticity and documents.The watch case measures 27 mm in diameter and 9 mm in height. The total weight of the watch is 111 grams. The watch is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was fully functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA has its main seat in Geneva with a large manufactory in Biel/Bienne. Hans Wilsdorf founded the company in 1905 in London when he began importing Swiss watches to London and writing the company's name „Rolex" on the clock dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches that were not considered to be reliable and have a great future back then. But already in 1926, Rolex was able to present the first water-resistant watch, the Oyster, marking the beginning of the company's worldwide success.ATTENTION! Auctionata cannot guarantee successful delivery of Rolex watches to the US due to trademark restrictions. Auctionata cannot be held responsible for authorising the transport of watches by Rolex Watch U.S.A Inc. and hereby expressly absolves itself of any issues arising from the US import ban.

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Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster, Ref. 69318

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Description: Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust Pearlmaster, ref. no. 69318 Switzerland, around 1995 Automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date, 2135 calibre White dial jeweled with diamonds, golden hands Watch case out of 18 carat yellow gold Case cover out of stainless steel Watch strap out of 18 carat yellow gold Folding clasp out of 18 carat yellow gold, hallmarked Crown out of 18 carat yellow gold Original box, certificate of authenticity and documents Case diameter: 27 mm; height: 9 mm Total weight: 111 g Fully functional, good condition This precious Rolex Oyster Datejust Pearlmaster lady's wristwatch was produced in Switzerland around 1995. This watch is fitted with a Rolex calibre 2135 automatic movement. The dial indicates hour, minute, second and the date. The watch case is made of 18 carat yellow gold, and has a white, dial with 10 diamonds and golden hands. The case cover is made of gold plated stainless steel. The yellow gold watch strap has a folding clasp. The watch crown is made of 18 carat yellow gold as well. Serial No.: W055639. The bezel is set with 22 diamonds. The watch comes with an original box, certificate of authenticity and documents. The watch case measures 27 mm in diameter and 9 mm in height. The total weight of the watch is 111 grams. The watch is in good condition with traces of wear. The watch was fully functional during in house testing, but long term precision and regularity cannot be guaranteed. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA has its main seat in Geneva with a large manufactory in Biel/Bienne. Hans Wilsdorf founded the company in 1905 in London when he began importing Swiss watches to London and writing the company's name „Rolex" on the clock dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches that were not considered to be reliable and have a great future back then. But already in 1926, Rolex was able to present the first water-resistant watch, the Oyster, marking the beginning of the company's worldwide success.ATTENTION! Auctionata cannot guarantee successful delivery of Rolex watches to the US due to trademark restrictions. Auctionata cannot be held responsible for authorising the transport of watches by Rolex Watch U.S.A Inc. and hereby expressly absolves itself of any issues arising from the US import ban.

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Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Daytona, Ref. 6263, Switzerland, 1986

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Description: Auction announcements 23 September 2013 Lot 49: This Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Daytona is fitted with a manual winding movement. Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Daytona, reference no. 6263 Switzerland, 1986 Rolex manufacture calibre 727, automatic movement, hour, minute, second, cosmograph Movement No. 15217, signed "Rolex" Watch case numbered 9167457 Silver dial with silver indicies Watch case, link strap and folding clasp made out of stainless steel Case diameter: 36 mm, height: 11 mm Total weight: 96 g Original box, documents and expert appraisal Fully functional, good condition This Rolex Oyster Cosmograph Daytona men's wristwatch was produced in Switzerland in 1986 and is fitted with a Rolex calibre 727 automatic movement with reference no. 6263 and 17 jewels. The silver dial with silver indices shows the hour, minute and second. Watch case, link strap and folding clasp are made ouf of stainless steel. The dial and movement are signed "Rolex". The Watch case is numbered 9167457 and movement is numbered 15217.The watch case measures 36 mm in diameter, 11 mm in height. The timepice weighs 96 grams. The watch displays slight traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. Original box, documents and an independent expertise in Italian are included.Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA has her main seat in Geneva with a large manufactory in Biel/Bienne. Hans Wilsdorf founded the company in 1905 in London when he began importing Swiss watches into London and writing the company's name "Rolex" on the clock face. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches that were not considered to be reliable and have a great future back then. But already in 1926, Rolex was able to present the first water-resistant watch, the Oyster, marking the beginning of the company's worldwide success.ATTENTION! Auctionata cannot guarantee successful delivery of Rolex watches to the US due to trademark restrictions. Auctionata cannot be held responsible for authorising the transport of watches by Rolex Watch U.S.A Inc. and hereby expressly absolves itself of any issues arising from the US import ban.

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Rolex Day-Date „Masterpiece

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Description: Rolex Day-Date „Masterpiece", ref. no. 18956 Switzerland, around 2001 Automatic movement, Rolex manufacture caliber 3155, hour, minute, second, date, weekday, chronometer Special ice-blue dial with silver hands made of platinum, 10 diamonds on the dial (total of 3,81 ct) and 42 on the bezel; signed "Rolex" Watch case, watch strap and folding clasp made of 950/000 platinum Movement signed "Rolex" Serial no.: P902409 Case diameter: 39 mm, height: 11 mm Total weight: 239 g With documents and an additional meteorite dial with 2 diamonds Fully functional, good condition This Rolex was produced in Switzerland around 2001, and is fitted with an automatic Rolex caliber 3155 movement. The watch shows an ice-blue dial that has silver hands, made of platinum, and shows hour, minute, second, date and weekday. There are 10 diamonds On the dial, total of 3,81 ct, and 42 diamonds on the bezel. The timepiece has a chronometer function. Watch case, watch strap and folding clasp made of 950/000 platinum. Very fine piece from Rolex! Watch case and movement are signed "Rolex". The serial no. of the watch is P902409. The watch case measures 39 mm in diameter, and 11 mm in height. The total weight of the watch is 239 grams. The watch is in good condition with only minimal traces of wear on the watch case and strap. It worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. Documents and an additional meteorite dial with 2 diamonds are included. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA is headquartered in Geneva and runs a large manufactory in Biel/Bienne. Hans Wilsdorf founded the company in 1905 in London. He began the business by importing Swiss watches to London and branded them 'Rolex', on the dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches, which were considered unreliable at the time. Rolex released the 'Oyster' in 1926, which was the first waterproof watch and marks the beginning of the brand's rise to fame. ATTENTION! Auctionata cannot guarantee successful delivery of Rolex watches to the US due to trademark restrictions. Auctionata cannot be held responsible for authorising the transport of watches by Rolex Watch U.S.A Inc. and hereby expressly absolves itself of any issues arising from the US import ban.

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