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Wrist & Pocket Watches

by Auctionata


100 lots with images

June 7, 2013

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Rolex GMT II

Lot 1: Rolex GMT II "Tiger Eye" Ref. 17613, Switzerland, 1991/92

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Description: Rolex, GMT II Switzerland, 1991/92 Rolex calibre 3185 automatic movement, GMT, hour, minute, second, date Rust-red dial with white indices; signed "Rolex" Stainless steel and 750/000 yellow gold watch case with Jubilee strap Movement and dial signed "Rolex" Stainless steel clasp 40 mm (diameter) Original certificate and presentation box Fully functional; good condition This Rolex GMT II men's wristwatch, ref. 16713, from the early 1990s is called Tiger Eye because of the two-coloured bezel. The watch stands out with its distinctive design and russet dial. There is a rotary 18 carat yellow gold bezel with red Arabic numerals on the stainless steel case. The Jubilee strap is made from stainless steel with 750 yellow gold inlays. An exquisite piece with an interesting design! The dial and movement are signed "Rolex". The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter. The watch is in good condition with only light traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original presentation box and certificate are included. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA is based 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 dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches that were not considered back then to be reliable or even successful in the future. 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.

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Elegant Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner, around 2006-07

Lot 2: Elegant Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner, around 2006-07

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Description: Rolex, Oyster Perpetual Submariner Switzerland, around 2006-07 Rolex caliber 3135 automatic movement, hour, minute, second Reference no. 16610 Black dial with white indices; signed "Rolex" Water-resistant watch case, strap and folding clasp made from stainless steel Rotary bezel with Arabic numerals and coin edge Movement and dial signed "Rolex" 40 mm (diameter), 46 mm (incl. watch straps) Original presentation box and certificate; spare strap link MSRP: approx. 6,000 EUR (2010) Fully functional; good condition This elegant Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner is fitted with a Rolex caliber 3135 automatic movement. The black dial with white indices has hands for the hour and minute as well as a sub-dial for the small second. The watch case features a rotary bezel with Arabic numerals and fluted coin edge. The case and link strap with folding clasp are made from stainless steel. A classic and exquisitely made wristwatch! The dial, movement and clasp are signed "Rolex". The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter, 46 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in good condition with merely light traces of wear. The case and strap are slightly scratched. The watch worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original green leather box, certificate and a spare strap link are included. The box is slightly damaged in one spot. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA is based 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 dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches that were not considered back then to be reliable or even successful in the future. 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.

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Rolex Day Date Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, around 1972

Lot 3: Rolex Day Date Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, around 1972

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Description: Rolex, Day-Date Switzerland, around 1972 Rolex manufacture calibre 3055 automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date, week day, chronometer Gold dial with gold line and dot indices, luminous gold hour and minute hands and dot indices; signed "Rolex" 750/000 yellow gold watch case, strap and folding clasp Movement signed "Rolex", no. 3217706 Name engraved on the clasp 35 mm (diameter), 48 mm (incl. strap horns) With documents Good condition This Rolex Day-Date men's wristwatch was produced towards the beginning of the 1970s and is fitted with a Rolex calibre 3055 automatic movement. The gold dial with line indices indicates the hour, minute, second, date and week day. The watch also has a chronometer function. The watch case, strap and folding clasp are made from 18 carat yellow gold. A valuable and practical Rolex wristwatch! The dial and movement are signed "Rolex". The movement number is 3217706. The watch case measures 35 mm in diameter, 48 mm including the strap horns. The watch displays traces of wear on the case and strap as well as larger scratches on the protective glass. It did not work during a short-time test and should be serviced. It comes with a certificate of warranty, a manual and an information brochure. 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.

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Rolex Oyster Ref. 16233 Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, 1992

Lot 4: Rolex Oyster Ref. 16233 Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, 1992

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Description: Rolex, Oyster Switzerland, 1992 Caliber 3155 manual winding movement, hour, minute, second, date Blue dial with gold Roman numerals, luminous hour and minute hands, Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring; signed "Rolex" Stainless steel watch case and president strap with yellow gold inserts, coin edge bezel Movement, dial and clasp signed "Rolex" Stainless steel clasp 35 mm (diameter) Original presentation box and warranty certificate from 1992 Fully functional; good condition This Rolex Oyster ref. 16233 men's wristwatch has a distinctive design in which the blue dial harmonises beautifully with the stylish watch case and strap made from stainless steel with gold inserts. The dial has gold Roman numerals as well as luminous hour and minute hands. The bezel is crafted in the form of a fluted coin-edge. There is a date display at 3 o'clock. The dial and movement are signed "Rolex". The watch case measures 35 mm in diameter. The watch is in good condition with only light traces of wear. The case and clasp are slightly scratched. The watch worked flawlessly during a short-time text; no guarantee on accuracy. The original presentation box and a warranty certificate from 1992 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.

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Rolex Datejust Ladies' Watch, Switzerland, around 1980-90

Lot 5: Rolex Datejust Ladies' Watch, Switzerland, around 1980-90

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Description: Rolex, Datejust Switzerland, around 1980-90 Rolex caliber 2035 automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date Reference no. 6917 Blue dial with brilliant indices and gold hands; signed "Rolex" 750 yellow gold watch case, president strap and folding clasp Movement and strap signed "Rolex", case and clasp hallmarked "18 K" 25 mm (diameter), 33 mm (incl. strap horns) Original presentation box Fully functional; good condition This Rolex Datejust ladies' wristwatch was produced in the 1980s and delights with its high-quality workmanship and harmonious design. The elegant watch is fitted with a Rolex caliber 2035 automatic movement. The blue dial has dot indices with eleven brilliants as well as gold hour, minute and second hands. A sub-dial for the date is located at 3 o'clock. The watch case and president strap are made of 18 K yellow gold. The dial, strap and movement are signed "Rolex". The case and clasp show fineness marks. The watch case measures approximately 25 mm in diameter and approximately 33 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in good condition with light traces of wear. The protective glass is slightly scratched and the strap exhibits loss of tension. The watch worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original red leather box, which displays only minimal traces of wear, is included. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA is based 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 dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches that were not considered back then to be reliable or even successful in the future. 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.

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Classic Rolex Oyster Perpetual Ref. 6084, Switzerland, 1952

Lot 6: Classic Rolex Oyster Perpetual Ref. 6084, Switzerland, 1952

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Description: Rolex, Oyster Perpetual ref. 6084 Switzerland, 1952 Rolex caliber 645 automatic movement, chronometer, hour, minute, second Reference no. 6084 Cream-colored dial with luminous line and dot indices, numeral at 12 o'clock; signed "Rolex" Watch case, original strap and folding clasp made of stainless steel Movement signed "Rolex" 34 mm (diameter) Original presentation box, additional black leather strap Fully functional; good condition This classic Rolex automatic wristwatch was produced in 1952. The watch is fitted with a Rolex caliber 645 automatic movement. It features a chronometer and indicates the hour, minute and second. The cream-colored dial has luminous line and dot indices. There is an Arabic numeral 12 at 12 o'clock. The case, original strap and folding clasp of this simple yet valuable watch are made of stainless steel. The dial and movement are signed "Rolex". The watch case measures 34 mm in diameter. The watch is in good condition with light traces of wear, especially on the strap. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original presentation box and an additional black leather strap 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.

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Elegant Rolex Cellini Men's Watch, Switzerland, around 1980-85

Lot 7: Elegant Rolex Cellini Men's Watch, Switzerland, around 1980-85

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Description: Rolex, Cellini Switzerland, around 1980-1985 Manual winding movement, Rolex calibre 1601, 18 jewels, hour, minute Gold metal dial with fine gold indices and hands; signed "Rolex" 750/000 yellow gold watch case Original leather strap with gilded pin buckle Movement signed "Rolex" 35 x 27 mm (watch case) Fully functional; good condition This Rolex Cellini men's wristwatch is an especially elegant and ageless timepiece. The valuable 18 carat yellow gold watch case has fine gold indices and hands for the hour and minute. The original dark brown alligator leather has a gilded pin buckle. The watch is fitted with a Rolex calibre 1601 manual winding movement. The dial and movement are signed "Rolex". The watch case measures 35 x 27 mm. The watch is in good condition with only light traces of wear, especially on the strap. It worked faultlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. 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.

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Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Chronograph, Switzerland, 2003

Lot 8: Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Chronograph, Switzerland, 2003

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Description: Audemars Piguet, Jules Audemars Chronograph Switzerland, around 2003 Automatic movement, caliber AP 2226, hour, minute, small second, chronograph Silver dial with indices and Arabic numerals; signed "Audemars Piguet" Matted watch case and folding clasp made of stainless steel, screwed back; watch case no. E 40225 Movement and folding clasp signed Brown leather strap approx. 37 mm (diameter), approx. 43 mm (incl. strap horns) Original presentation box Previous MSRP (2003): 9,950 EUR Fully functional; good condition This Audemars Piguet Jules Audemars Chronograph was produced around 2003. The men's wristwatch is fitted with a caliber AP 2226 automatic movement, hands for the hour, minute and second as well as a sub-dial for the small second. The watch also features a chronograph. The silver dial has indices and Arabic numerals. The matted watch case and the folding clasp are made of stainless steel. The screwed back shows the watch case number E 40225. The watch is worn with a stylish, brown leather strap. The dial, movement and folding clasp are signed "Audemars Piguet". The watch case measures approximately 37 mm in diameter and approximately 43 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in good condition with merely light traces of wear on the strap and case. It worked faultlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. An original, black painted wooden box with only light traces of wear is included. Audemars Piguet Jules-Louis Audemars began manufacturing timepieces in 1875, occasionally assisted by his friend Edward-Auguste Piguet. In 1881 they established the company Audemars Piguet & Cie., producing complicated pocket watches. In 1891 the company introduced the smallest movement with minute repetition in the world as well as the first wristwatch with minute repetition. Audemars Piguet's biggest success, however, came after the Second World War. The Royal Oak, designed by Gérald Genta in 1972, is a true classic. Today, Audemars Piguet is based in Le Brassus in Vaud and produces high-end luxury watches.

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Audemars Piguet Classic Disc, Switzerland, around 1970-80

Lot 9: Audemars Piguet Classic Disc, Switzerland, around 1970-80

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Description: Audemars Piguet, Classic Disc Switzerland, around 1970-1980 Manual winding movement, AP-caliber, 18 jewels, hour, minute Signed dial 750/000 yellow gold watch case, strap and clasp; watch case no. 28930 Movement signed, movement no. 83141 31 mm (diameter) Fully functional; very good condition This Audemars Piguet Classic Disc men's wristwatch, entirely crafted from 18 carat yellow gold, is an exemplary piece of the famous Swiss manufacture. The watch is fitted with an AP manufacture manual winding movement and indicates the hour and minute. This watch stands for Audemars Piguet's simple, highly aesthetic period during the 1970s like no other timepiece! The watch is in very good condition with only light traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. Audemars Piguet Jules-Louis Audemars began manufacturing timepieces in 1875, occasionally assisted by his friend Edward-Auguste Piguet. In 1881 they established the company Audemars Piguet & Cie., producing complicated pocket watches. In 1891 the company introduced the smallest movement with minute repetition in the world as well as the first wristwatch with minute repetition. Audemars Piguet's biggest success, however, came after the Second World War. The Royal Oak, designed by Gérald Genta in 1972, is a true classic. Today, Audemars Piguet is based in Le Brassus in Vaud and produces high-end luxury watches.

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Classic Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Switzerland, around 1987

Lot 10: Classic Audemars Piguet Royal Oak, Switzerland, around 1987

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Description: Audemars Piguet, Royal Oak Switzerland, around 1987 Quartz movement, AP calibre, hour, minute, date Reference no. BA-6077-101 Diamond dial, Pavee 1.13 carat with gold indices and hands; signed "AP" 750/000 yellow gold watch case, strap and clasp Bezel later set with diamonds Movement and clasp signed "AP" 35 mm (diameter) Original presentation box and certificate MSRP: 49,800 DEM (1987) Fully functional; good condition This Royal Oak men's wristwatch is one of the classics in Audemars Piguet's product range. It was designed in 1972 by the Swiss watch designer Gérald Genta. The precious watch is fitted with an AP calibre quartz movement and has the reference number BA-6077-101. The watch case, strap and clasp are made of 18 carat yellow gold. The diamond dial (Pavee 1.13 carat) is especially beguiling. The bezel was later set with diamonds. The dial, movement and clasp are signed "AP". The watch case measures 35 mm in diameter. The watch is in good condition with usual traces of wear on the strap and some minor scratches. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original presentation box and certificate are included. Audemars Piguet Jules-Louis Audemars began manufacturing timepieces in 1875, occasionally assisted by his friend Edward-Auguste Piguet. In 1881 they established the company Audemars Piguet & Cie., producing complicated pocket watches. In 1891 the company introduced the smallest movement with minute repetition in the world as well as the first wristwatch with minute repetition. Audemars Piguet's biggest success, however, came after the Second World War. The Royal Oak, designed by Gérald Genta in 1972, is a true classic. Today, Audemars Piguet is based in Le Brassus in Vaud and produces high-end luxury watches.

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Elegant Audemars Piguet Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, 1987

Lot 11: Elegant Audemars Piguet Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, 1987

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Description: Audemars Piguet, Classic Switzerland, 1987 Calibre AP 2825 automatic movement, hour, minute, date, week day, moonphase Reference no. BA25589 White enamel dial with black Roman numerals 750/000 yellow gold watch case and pin buckle Movement and dial signed Dedication on the watch case back, additional enamel dial 33 mm (diameter), 36 mm (incl strap horns) Original box and certificate Fully functional; good condition This valuable Audemars Piguet men's wristwatch is fitted with a calibre AP 2825 automatic movement and indicates the hour, minute, date, week day and moonphase. The white enamel dial is printed with black Roman numerals and a chapter ring. The watch case and pin buckle are made of 18 carat yellow gold. There is a dedication on the back of the watch case. The dial and movement are signed "Audemars Piguet". The watch case measures 33 mm in diameter, 36 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in good condition with only light traces of wear. It worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch comes with the original presentation box, an additional enamel dial as well as a certificate. Audemars Piguet Jules-Louis Audemars began manufacturing timepieces in 1875, occasionally assisted by his friend Edward-Auguste Piguet. In 1881 they established the company Audemars Piguet & Cie., producing complicated pocket watches. In 1891 the company introduced the smallest movement with minute repetition in the world as well as the first wristwatch with minute repetition. Audemars Piguet's biggest success, however, came after the Second World War. The Royal Oak, designed by Gérald Genta in 1972, is a true classic. Today, Audemars Piguet is based in Le Brassus in Vaud and produces high-end luxury watches.

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Blancpain Leman Phase de Lune, Switzerland, around 2005

Lot 12: Blancpain Leman Phase de Lune, Switzerland, around 2005

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Description: Blancpain Leman "Phase de Lune" Switzerland, around 2005 Reference no. 2763 Manufacture calibre Blancpain automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date, week day, moonphase, 100-hour power reserve White dial with indices and Roman numerals, luminous hour and minute hands; signed "Blancpain" Watch case and pin buckle made from stainless steel; water-proof down to 100 m Watch case and movement signed "Blancpain", watch case number 257 Light brown leather strap 38 mm (diameter) Fully functional, serviced in December 2012; very good condition This Blancpain Leman Phase de Lune has numerous functions to offer. The watch is fitted with a calibre Blancpain automatic movement and indicates the hour, minute, second, date, week day and moonphase. It also has a 100-hour power reserve. The white dial has indices and Roman numerals. The hour and minute hands are luminous. The watch case and pin buckle of this attractive watch are made of stainless steel. The watch is water-proof down to 10 m and is worn with a light brown leather strap. The dial, movement and case are signed "Blancpain". The watch case is numbered 257 and measures 38 mm in diameter. The watch is in very good condition with only light traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch was serviced in December 2012. It comes with a black leather box with minor traces of wear. Blancpain The Swiss watch manufacture Blancpain was founded in 1735 by Jehan-Jacques Blancpain in Villeret. The company set milestones with the start of serial production in 1815 and with the introduction of the first automatic winding wristwatch in 1926. The company also made a name for itself with the production of reliable diving watches. In 1956 Blancpain developed the smallest round automatic movement at the time, the Ladybird. The company is also known for producing one of the most complicated wristwatches on the market, the Blancpain 1735. The watch is produced in a limited edition of 30 pieces, with one piece being produced per year. In 2008 Blancpain introduced the first wristwatch with a carousel, a variant of the tourbillon.

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Blancpain Villeret

Lot 13: Blancpain Villeret "Phase de Lune", Switzerland, around 1990

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Description: Blancpain Villeret "Phase de Lune" Switzerland, around 1990 Calibre Blancpain 6553 automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date, week day, moonphase Cream-coloured and silver dial with Roman numerals; signed "Blancpain" Bi-colour watch case made from stainless steel and yellow gold Movement and watch case signed "Blancpain" Black alligator leather strap 34 mm (diameter), 38 mm (incl. strap horns) Fully functional; good condition This Blancpain Villeret Phase de Lune delights with its simple, ageless design and elaborate workmanship. The watch is fitted with a calibre Blancpain 6553 automatic movement. The cream-coloured and silver dial features Roman numerals and indicates the hour, minute, second, date, week day and moonphase. The watch case is made of stainless steel and yellow gold and is worn with a black alligator leather strap. The dial, movement and watch case are signed "Blancpain". The watch case measures 34 mm in diameter, 38 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in good condition with light traces of wear. It worked normally during a short-time test and comes with a painted wooden box in good condition. Blancpain The Swiss watch manufacture Blancpain was founded in 1735 by Jehan-Jacques Blancpain in Villeret. The company set milestones with the start of serial production in 1815 and with the introduction of the first automatic winding wristwatch in 1926. The company also made a name for itself with the production of reliable diving watches. In 1956 Blancpain developed the smallest round automatic movement at the time, the Ladybird. The company is also known for producing one of the most complicated wristwatches on the market, the Blancpain 1735. The watch is produced in a limited edition of 30 pieces, with one piece being produced per year. In 2008 Blancpain introduced the first wristwatch with a carousel, a variant of the tourbillon.

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Exceptional Jean d'Ève Men's Watch, Switzerland, around 1975-85

Lot 14: Exceptional Jean d'Ève Men's Watch, Switzerland, around 1975-85

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Description: Jean d'Ève Switzerland, around 1975-85 High-quality movement, hour, minute, day, month, week day White dial with gold indices and hands, signed "Jean d'Ève" 750/000 yellow gold watch case and strap 32 mm (diameter) Original presentation box, documents and warranty card Fully functional; very good condition This exceptional men's wristwatch was produced between 1975 and 1985 by Jean d'Ève in Switzerland. The watch case and the strap are made from 18 carat yellow gold. The watch has a quartz movement, an annual calendar and hour and minute hands. The gold strap consists of 30 movable links. The inside of the watch case cover and the clasp show the purity mark 750. The Jean d'Ève men's wristwatch is in very good condition. It is fully functional; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch case measures 32 mm in diameter. The watch comes with the original presentation box, a certificate of guarantee, an international warranty card and the MSRP label. Jean d'Ève The company Jean d'Ève was established in 1888 by Charles Barbezat in Le Locle in the mountains of Neuchâtel. In 1970 the company was the second-largest manufacturer of chronographs in Switzerland. In the 1980s and 90s the brand became known for its extraordinary ladies' watches. Jean d'Ève is one of the underappreciated brands of the Swiss watchmaking industry: right at the forefront for a long time, the company has been able to create several design classics.

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Omega Seamaster Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, around 1968

Lot 15: Omega Seamaster Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, around 1968

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Description: Omega, Seamaster Switzerland, around 1968 Omega calibre automatic movement, hour, minute, second Gold dial with gold indiced and hands; signed "Omega" 750/000 yellow gold watch case Movement signed "Omega" 750/000 yellow gold Milanaise strap 34 mm (diameter), 39 mm (incl. strap horns) Fully functional; good condition This Omega Seamaster men's wristwatch has a watch case and Milanaise strap made from 18 carat yellow gold. It is fitted with an Omega calibre automatic movement.The gold dial with gold indices and hands indicates the hour, minute and second. The Omega Seamaster is both very valuable and ageless! The dial and movement are signed "Omega". The watch case measures 34 mm in diameter, 39 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in good condition with some traces of wear on the watch case. The dial has an age-related patina and should be cleaned. The watch worked faultlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. 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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Cartier Tonneau Ladies' Watch with Simple Design, France, 1970s

Lot 16: Cartier Tonneau Ladies' Watch with Simple Design, France, 1970s

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Description: Cartier tonneau watch France, 1970s Manual winding movement, hour, minute White dial with black Roman numerals and Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring; signed "Cartier" 750 yellow gold watch case, crown with sapphire cabochon Watch case signed and numbered 670821014 Black leather strap with 750/000 yellow gold folding clasp 20 x 27 mm (watch case) Fully functional; very good condition This lovely Cartier ladies' wristwatch was produced in the 1970s. It is fitted with a manual winding movement and features a white dial with black Roman numerals and a Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring. The tonneau watch case is crafted from 18 carat yellow gold. The crown is decorated with a sapphire cabochon. The watch is worn with a black leather strap with an 18 carat yellow gold folding clasp. The dial is signed "Cartier". The watch case back is also signed as well as numbered 670821014. The watch case measures 20 x 27 mm. The watch is in very good condition with merely light traces of wear. It worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. Cartier The exclusive French jewellery and watch company Cartier was founded in 1847 in Paris and attained worldwide fame in 1904 with the famous "Santos de Cartier". The typical Cartier Panthère Decor with onyx and diamonds was first created in 1914 for a women's watch, in 1935 for a ring for the Duchess of Windsor and was later transformed to the famous jewellery series "Panthere de Cartier". Another milestone was the introduction of the Tank watch, which was inspired by British First World War tanks. In addition to jewelry and watches, Cartier offers a wide range of various leather goods, perfumes, pens, lighters, sunglasses and all sorts of accessories. Cartier products are must-haves in the international luxury goods market.

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Classic Cartier Ladies' Watch, Switzerland, 1990s

Lot 17: Classic Cartier Ladies' Watch, Switzerland, 1990s

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Description: Cartier Switzerland, 1990s Automatic movement, hour, minute, second White dial with black Roman numerals, blued steel hands; signed "Cartier" Stainless steel watch case, strap and clasp, with gold elements Case and clasp signed "Cartier" 24 x 34 cm (watch case) Fully functional; good condition This classic Cartier automatic ladies' watch from the 1990s is suitable both for daily use and for special occasions. The square watch case and link strap made from steel are decorated with gilded ornamental elements. The white dial with black Roman numerals has blued steel hands which indicate the hour, minute and second. The dial and clasp are signed "Cartier". The watch case measures 24 x 34 mm. The watch case number 090273184 is found on the back. The watch is in good condition with only light traces of wear. It worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. Cartier The exclusive French jewellery and watch company Cartier was founded in 1847 in Paris and attained worldwide fame in 1904 with the famous "Santos de Cartier". The typical Cartier Panthère Decor with onyx and diamonds was first created in 1914 for a women's watch, in 1935 for a ring for the Duchess of Windsor and was later transformed to the famous jewellery series "Panthere de Cartier". Another milestone was the introduction of the Tank watch, which was inspired by British First World War tanks. In addition to jewelry and watches, Cartier offers a wide range of various leather goods, perfumes, pens, lighters, sunglasses and all sorts of accessories. Cartier products are must-haves in the international luxury goods market.

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Girard Perregaux Laureato Men's Watch, Switzerland, 1995-2005

Lot 18: Girard Perregaux Laureato Men's Watch, Switzerland, 1995-2005

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Description: Girard Perregaux, Laureato EVO 2 Switzerland, 1995-2005 Calibre GP 3300 automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date Deep blue waffle dial, luminous indices, signed "Girard Perregaux" Stainless steel watch case and strap, 750/000 (18 carat) red gold bezel 36 mm (diameter), 44 mm (incl. strap horns) Original price (2005): 6,200 EUR Originalbox Fully functional; very good condition This striking men's wristwatch Laureato EVO 2 by Girard Perregaux is fitted with an GP 3300 automatic movement. The watch case, strap and clasp are made of stainless steel; the bezel is made of 18 carat red gold. The deep blue metal dial features gold indices as well as an Arabic numeral at 12 o'clock. There is also a date display at 3 o'clock. The gold hands indicate the hour, minute and second. The dial and movement are signed "Girard Perregaux". The back of the watch case cover is inscribed "Manufacture Girard-Perregaux, Laureato, water resistant 100 m, BR N° 217, Ref. 8010". The watch case measures 36 mm in diameter, 44 mm including the strap horns. The watch worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. It is in very good condition with only minimal traces of wear. The original box is included. 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 quartz watches. 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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Girard-Perregaux Laureato Olimpico, Switzerland, 1996

Lot 19: 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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Stylish Panerai Luminor GMT, Switzerland, around 2005

Lot 20: Stylish Panerai Luminor GMT, Switzerland, around 2005

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Description: Panerai Luminor GMT Switzerkand, around 2005 Automatic movement, calibre PAM 88, hour, minute, second, small second at 9 o'clock, date Reference no. OP 6761 / BB 1293338 Black dial with white Arabic numerals and induces, luminous material; signed "Panerai" Water-resistant stainless steel case (100 m) Watch case back signed "Officine Panerai", no. K3081/4500 Light brown leather strap with stainless stel double-folding clasp 44 mm (diameter), 55 mm (incl. strap horns) Original presentation box and certificate, service receipt (April 2013) MSRP: approx. 7.400 EUR Fully functional; very good condition This stylish Panerai Luminor GMT men's wristwatch dates to around 2005. It is fitted with a calibre PAM 88 automatic movement. The black dial shows white Arabic numerals and indices, which are both luminous. The hands are also luminous and indicate the hour, minute and second. There is also a sub-dial for the small second at 9 o'clock as well as a date display. The case and double-folding clasp are made from stainless steel. The watch is worn with a light brown leather strap. The dial and watch case back are signed "Panerai". The watch case measures 44 mm, 55 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in very good condition with minimal traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch comes with an original presentation box, certificate and a service receipt from April 2013. Officine Panerai Officine Panerai was established in 1860 by the Italian Giovanni Panerai in Florence. His great-nepher Guido Panerai assumed management in 1890. Due to optimal technical preconditions, the Italian Navy commissioned a diving watch in 1938. With this functional diver's watch, produced until 1993, Panerai made history. The reissue finally appeared in 1993, becoming a luxurious cult objext. Panerai is based in Milan today and a part of the Richemont Group since 1997.

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Ebel Le Modulor Chronograph, Switzerland, around 2010

Lot 21: Ebel Le Modulor Chronograph, Switzerland, around 2010

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Description: Ebel, Le Modulor Switzerland, around 2010 Calibre Ebel 137 automatic movement, chronograph, hour, minute, small second, date, tachymeter sub-dial, chronometer White dial with gold Roman numerals, luminous hands and dot indices; signed "Ebel" 750/000 yellow gold watch case and clasp, matted sapphire glass Movement signed "Ebel" Alligator leather strap approx. 44 mm (diameter) Original presentation box and certificate Current MSRP of the BTR model (2011): 21,200 EUR Fully functional, very good condition This Ebel Le Modulor chronograph delights with its exquisite and elegant design. The watch is fitted with a calibre Ebel 137 automatic movement. The white dial has gold Roman numerals and luminous hands that indicate the hour, minute and second. There is also a sub-dial for the small second, as well as a date display and tachymeter sub-dial. The watch case and clasp are crafted from 18 carat yellow gold. The sapphire glass is matted. The watch is worn with a black alligator leather strap. The dial and movement are signed "Ebel". The watch case measures approximately 44 mm in diameter. The watch is in very good condition with only minor storage marks. The chronograph worked faultlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original presentation box and a certificate are included. Ebel Ebel was founded in 1911 by Eugene Blum and Alice Levy in La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland with a focus on the production of fine Swiss watches combining technical expertise with a unique style. Today Ebel is known for its legenday wristwatch desugn with wave-shaped links. The company produces watches that represent luxury and contemporary elegance with subtle and exquisite details. In 2004 Ebel became part of the Movado Group Inc. (MGI), one of the world leaders in watchmaking.

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Chronoswiss Lunar Chronograph, Germany/Switzerland, around 2005

Lot 22: Chronoswiss Lunar Chronograph, Germany/Switzerland, around 2005

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Description: Chronoswiss Lunar Chronograph Germany/Switzerland, around 2005 Automatic movement, calibre Chronoswiss C.755, 25 jewels, chronograph, hour, minute, small second, date, moonphase Sterling silver guilloché dial, Arabic numerals, blued steel hands; signed "Chronoswiss" Water-proof stainless steel watch case, no. CH 7523/4 0561 Original crocodile leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle Movement signed "Chronoswiss", no. 0340 38 mm (diameter), 45 mm (incl. strap horns) Original wooden box and original certificate MSRP: 5,900 EUR (2005) Fully functional; very good condition This Chronoswiss Lunar automatic chronograph is one of the ageless classics from Chronoswiss - even the smallest details are of the highest quality in workmanship. It delights with its beautiful guilloché dial made from sterling silver, in which the moonphase and other sub-dials form a harmonious whole. The watch is fitted with a reliable calibre C.755 (Basis ETA 7750) automatic movement. The watch case and pin buckle are made of stainless steel; the strap is made of fine crocodile leather. The dial and movement show the manufacturer signature. The watch case measures 37 mm in diameter, 45 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in very good condition with merely minimal traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The Chronoswiss Lunar comes with an original wooden box, which displays only minimal traces of wear. Chronoswiss In 1981 the German watchmaker Gerd-Rüdiger Lang established a specialist workshop for chronographs in Munich. Only a year later he introduced the first mechanical chronographs with moonphase display and mineral glass back, using the name Chronoswiss. In 1983 Lang opened the Chronoswiss watch factory with worldwide distribution. In 1985 Chronoswiss presented the first mechanical Swiss-produced wrist and pocket watches. The characteristic Chronoswiss watch case with the screwed, fluted bezel, onion crown and screwed strap horns first appeared in 1987. Since 1990 the manufacture exclusively produces its own models in Munich. In 2002 Chronoswiss established a branch in Switzerland, which handles production and logistics. Since 2012 the company is directed by the Swiss entrepreneurial family Ebstein and is based in Lucerne.

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Zenith El Primero Chronomaster Ltd. Edition, Switzerland, 1997

Lot 23: Zenith El Primero Chronomaster Ltd. Edition, Switzerland, 1997

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Description: Zenith, El Primero Chronomaster Switzerland, 1997 Automatic movement, 31 jewels, caliber El Primero 400, chronograph, hour, minute, small second, chronometer Reference no. 17.0500.400/34 White enamel dial with tachymeter sub-dial, black and blue Arabic numerals, hour and minute hands as well as luminous dot indices; signed "Zenith" Movement and watch case signed "Zenith", case hallmarked and numbered 341/750 750/000 rosé gold case with transparent back cover, water-resistant Original crocodile leather strap with gilded pin buckle Limited edition of 750 39 mm (diameter), 46 mm (incl. strap horns) Original presentation box, original certificate and chronometer certificate (COSC) Fully functional; very good condition - good as new, service warranty until March 2014 This Zenith El Primero Chronomaster men's wristwatch was produced in a limited edition of 750 pieces in 1997. The watch is fitted with a calibre El Primero 400 chronometer automatic movement and features a chronograph. The white enamel dial has a tachymeter sub-dial and indicates the hour, minute and small second. The hour and minute hands and dot indices are luminous. The watch has the reference number 17.0500.400/34. The watch case is made of 18 carat rosé gold. The strap is made of genuine crocodile leather. The pin buckle is gilded. The sapphire glass bottom, through which the movement can be observed, is particularly fascinating. The dial, watch case and movement are marked with the manufacturer's signature. The watch case measures 39 mm in diameter, 46 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in very good condition and worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch was completely overhauled by a licenced professional in March 2013 and given a 1-year warranty. It has not been worn since then. The original presentation box and certificate as well as a chronometer certificate (COSC) are included. The box displays severe traces of wear, especially on the cover. Zenith Zenith was estabilished in 1865 by Georges Favre-Jacot in Le Locle, Neuchâtel. He initially produced precision pocket watches but expanded his product range around 1900 with table and pendulum clocks and even maritime chronometers. Zenith became a public limited company in 1911 and had a subsidiary in New York from 1926. After the First World War, Zenith focused on the production of wristwatches, with which the manufacture is successful to this day.

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Ebel Le Modulor Chronograph, Switzerland, around 2005-2010

Lot 24: Ebel Le Modulor Chronograph, Switzerland, around 2005-2010

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Description: Ebel Le Modulor chronograph Switzerland, around 2005-2010 Automatic movement, calibre Ebel 137, chronograph, hour, minute, small second, date, tachymeter White guilloché enamel dial, gold Arabic numerals and hands, dot indices; signed "Ebel" 750 yellow gold watch case and clasp, anti-glare sapphire glass Black alligator leather strap Movement signed "Ebel", sight glass back 44 mm (diameter) Original presentation box Current MSRP of the BTR model (2011): 21,200 EUR Fully functional; very good condition This chic Ebel Le Modulor men's chronograph dates between 2005 and 2010. It is fitted with a calibre Ebel 137 automatic movement. The partly guilloché white enamel dial has gold Arabic numerals and hands which indicate the hour, minute and second. The watch also features a sub-dial for the small second, a tachymeter and a date display. The watch case and clasp of this precious piece are made from 18 carat yellow gold. The anti-glare sapphire glass on the dial and watch case back protects the watch from scratches. The watch is worn with a black alligator leather strap. The dial and movement are signed "Ebel". The watch case measures approximately 44 mm in diameter. The watch is in very good condition with minor storage marks. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch comes with the original presentation box. Ebel Ebel was founded in 1911 by Eugene Blum and Alice Levy in La Chaux-de-Fonds in Switzerland with a focus on the production of fine Swiss watches combining technical expertise with a unique style. Today Ebel is known for its legenday wristwatch desugn with wave-shaped links. The company produces watches that represent luxury and contemporary elegance with subtle and exquisite details. In 2004 Ebel became part of the Movado Group Inc. (MGI), one of the world leaders in watchmaking.

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Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph, around 2000-2005

Lot 25: Glashütte Original Senator Chronograph, around 2000-2005

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Description: Glashütte Original, Senator Germany, around 2000-2005 Automatic movement, caliber GO 39-30, 48 jewels, chronograph, hour, minute, small second Silver dial with blue Roman numerals and Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring, blued steel hands; signed "Glashütte Original" Stainless steel watch case and pin buckle, fluted coin edge, glass back Watch case and movement signed "Glashütte Original", factory no. 00222, watch case no. 0111 Original black alligator leather strap 40 mm (diameter), 46 mm (incl. strap horns) MSRP: approx. 8,200 EUR (2005) Fully functional, very good condition This Glashütte Original Senator men's wristwatch is fitted with a caliber GO 39-30 automatic movement and features a chronograph as well as 48 jewels. The stainless steel watch case has a delightful, fluted coin edge and a glass back through which the movement can be seen. The original black alligator leather bracelet has a stainless steel pin buckle. The dial, watch case and movement are signed by the manufacturer. The case measures 40 mm in diameter, 46 mm including the strap horns. The movement number is 00222. The watch is in very good condition with only light traces of wear, especially on the strap. The watch worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy.

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Extravagant Parmigiani Fleurier Kalpa Grande, around 2007

Lot 26: Extravagant Parmigiani Fleurier Kalpa Grande, around 2007

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Description: Parmigiani Fleurier, Kalpa Grande Switzerland, around 2007 Parmigiani manufacture movement, calibre PF 331,01, hour, minute, second, date Black and anthracite-colored dial with Arabic numerals made from stainless steel, white chapter ring, white stainless steel hands for the hour and minute; signed "Parmigiani" Stainless steel watch case with sapphire glass back, link strap and folding clasp Movement and clasp signed, "PF", serial no. 9200 40 x 33 mm (watch case) Original presentation box, additional black leather strap with pin buckle and stainless steel folding clasp MSRP: 7,600 EUR (2006) Fully functional; very good condition This stylish Parmigiani Fleurier Kalpa Grande men's wristwatch is fitted with a calibre PF 331,01 Parmigiani manufacture movement. The black and anthracite-colored dial has Arabic numerals made from stainless steel, a white chapter ring as well as white stainless steel hands for the hour and minute. There is a date display at 6 o'clock. The watch case, chain strap and folding clasp are made of stainless steel. The glass back of the watch case, through which one can observe the movement, is a great eye-catcher. The dial is signed "Parmigiani". The movement and clasp show the signet "PF". The watch case is marked with the serial number 9200 on the back and measures 40 x 33 mm. The watch is in very good condition with only light traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. An original presentation box and an additional leather strap with Parmigiani Fleurier In 1996 the Swiss watchmaker Michel Parmigiani, with the help of the Sandoz Family Foundation, established the watch manufacture Parmigiani Fleurier, which grew very fast through the sale of various production units. In 1998 the first calibers were made in Parmigiani's own manufacture. In 2004 Parmigiani and the renowned car company Bugatti produced the first transversally arranged movement worldwide, the caliber PF 370 Bugatti. The Bugatti Type 370 is a true rarity. One of the best-known lines are the Kalpa watches, which have distinctive, smooth strap horns. The word Kalpa in Hinduism refers to a "day of Brahma", equal to 4.32 billion years. Parmigiani Fleurier watches are characterized by their elegant design and consistent workmanship.

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Hentschel Automatic Men's Wristwatch, Germany, around 2005-10

Lot 27: Hentschel Automatic Men's Wristwatch, Germany, around 2005-10

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Description: Hentschel Germany, around 2005-10 Calibre ETA 2824-2 modified by Hentschel, hour, minute, second, date Silver dial with black Arabic numerals, gold hands; signed "Hentschel" 750 red gold watch case, no. 1128, fineness mark on the back Black alligator leather clasp with gilded pin buckle Movement signed "Hentschel" MLP special edition, dedication on watch case cover 36 mm (diameter), 43 mm (incl. strap horns) Original presentation box and factory extract papers Comparable MSRP: 8,000 EUR Fully functional; very good condition This fine Hentschel automatic men's wristwatch from around 2005-2010 is an MLP special edition with a dedication on the watch case cover. It is fitted with a caliber ETA 2824-2 automatic movement. The silver dial has black Arabic numerals. The gold hands indicate the hour, minute and second. There is a sub-dial for the date at 3 o'clock. The watch case was crafted from 18 carat red gold and is worn with a black alligator leather strap with gilded pin buckle. The dial and movement are signed "Hentschel". The watch case measures 36 mm in diameter, 43 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in very good condition with merely minimal traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch comes with the original wooden Hentschel box, which is in very good condition. Hentschel Hamburg Centuries ago, Hamburg was already known as the first choice for high-quality watches. Hentschel continues this tradition, producing unique and highly aesthetic watches. The company takes pride in the beauty, reliability and stability of its models. The Hentschel watchmakers learned their craft at the famous Hamburg School of Watchmaking, which was founded in 1878 and exists to this day.

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Fine Breguet Marine Men's Watch, Switzerland, 1990s

Lot 28: Fine Breguet Marine Men's Watch, Switzerland, 1990s

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Description: Breguet, Marine Switzerland, 1990s Breguet manufacture caliber 518 automatic movement, hour, minute, second, date 750 yellow gold guilloché dial, black Roman numerals and dot indices, blued steel hands; signed "Breguet" 750 yellow gold and stainless steel strap and fluted watch case 750 yellow gold clasp Watch case and movement signed "Breguet", case no. 7941 35 mm (diameter), 42 mm (incl. strap horns) Original presentation box Previous MSRP (c. 2000): 19,800 CHF Fully functional; very good condition This very fine and ageless Breguet Marine wristwatch was produced in the 1990s. It is fitted with a Breguet manufacture caliber 518 automatic movement and indicates the hour, minute, second and date. The 750 yellow gold guilloché dial has black Roman numerals, dot indices and blued steel hands. The strap and fluted watch case are made from 750 yellow gold and stainless steel; the folding clasp is also made from 18 carat yellow gold. The dial, movement and watch case back are signed "Breguet". The watch case is numbered 7941 and measures 39 mm in diameter, 42 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in very good condition with some traces of wear and scratches on the bezel and case. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch comes with the original green leather box, which displays light traces of wear. 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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Stylish Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Chronograph, Switzerland, 2000

Lot 29: Stylish Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Chronograph, Switzerland, 2000

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Description: Jaeger-LeCoultre, Master Chronograph Switzerland, 2000 Caliber JLC 631 meca-quartz movement, 25 jewels, chronograph, hour, minute, second, date Reference no. 145.840.317 Black dial with stainless steel indices and numeral 12, stainless steel hands, white tachymeter sub-dial; signed "JL Jaeger Le-Coultre" Stainless steel watch case and folding clasp, both signed, sapphire glass back, watch case no. 1101 Movement signed, Master Control 1000 Hours, no. 2825584 Dark brown alligator leather strap (not original) 34 mm (diameter), 40 mm (incl. strap horns) Presentation box, original certificate, service book, receipt MSRP: 4,080 DEM (2000) Fully functional; good condition This stylish Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Chronograph was produced in 2000. It is fitted with a calibre JLC 631 meca-quartz movement with 25 jewels. The black dial has indices and the numeral 12 made from stainless steel. The stainless steel hands and white tachymeter sub-dial indicate the hour, minute and second. There is a red date display between 4 and 5 o'clock. The case and folding clasp of this simple yet valuable watch are made of stainless steel. The scratch-proof sapphire glass back gives insight into the movement. The watch is worn with a dark brown alligator leather strap. The dial, movement, case and clasp are signed. The movement number is 2825584; the watch case is numbered 1101. The case measures 34 mm in diameter, 40 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in overall good condition with several traces of wear and superficial scratches. The strap has been replaced. The watch worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original blue leather box, an original certificate, a service book and a receipt are included. 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 caliber in the world (K101, since 1929), the skeletonized 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) 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 Control, Switzerland, around 2005

Lot 30: Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control, Switzerland, around 2005

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Description: Jaeger Le Coultre Master Control Switzerland, around 2005 Automatic movement, caliber JLC 899, 32 jewels, hour, minute, second, date Silver-plated sunburst dial, Arabic numerals, dot and line indices, Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring, luminous; signed "Jaeger-LeCoultre" Black leather strap with stainless steel pin buckle Movement signed "Jaeger-LeCoultre", serial no. 4671 37 mm (diameter) Fully functional, good condition This classically beautiful Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control wristwatch delights with its simple design and high-quality workmanship. The round dial is silver-plated and sunburst. The hands indicate the hour, minute and second. There is a date display at 3 o'clock. The Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring alternates between Arabic numerals and dot and line indices. The dot indices as well as the hour and minute hands are luminous. The water-proof stainless steel watch case has the golden Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Control label. The black leather strap has a stainless steel pin buckle (not by JLC). The dial, watch case and movement are signed "Jaeger-LeCoultre". The serial number 4671 and watch case number 140.8.89 are found on the back of the case. The case measures 37 mm in diameter. The watch is in good condition with merely light traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. 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 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) 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 Reverso Classique Wristwatch, Switzerland 2007

Lot 31: Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classique Wristwatch, Switzerland 2007

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Description: Jaeger-LeCoultre, Reverso Classique Switzerland, 2007 Manual winding movement, calibre JLC 846, hour, minute Two-tone silver dial with black Arabic numerals and blue Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring, blued steel hands; signed "Jaeger-LeCoultre" Stainless steel watch case and folding clasp, patented Reverso swivel mechanism Watch case numbered 252886 / 2548597 on the back Movement signed "Jaeger-LeCoultre" Original ostrich leather strap 38 x 23 mm (watch case) Original box, receipt and certificate Previous MSRP (2010): 5,200 EUR Fully functional, good condition The clear, geometric shapes in this iconic Jaeger-LeCoultre watch are timelessly elegant - perfect for the dignified gentleman. What makes this watch special above all else, however, is its 180° swivel case: when flipped over, the case becomes a piece of jewellery that can be engraved! This Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Classique men's wristwatch is fitted with a calibre JLC 846 manual winding movement. The dial indicates the hour and minute. The watch case and folding clasp are made of stainless steel. The dial and movement show the manufacturer signature. The watch case measures 38 x 23 mm. The watch is in good condition with some superficial traces of wear, especially on the leather strap. It worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. It comes with the orginal leather box, the receipt and a certificate. The leather box displays light traces of wear. 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 Perpetual Black, around 2005

Lot 32: Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Perpetual Black, around 2005

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Description: Jaeger-LeCoultre, Master Perpetual Switzerland, around 2005 Calibre JLC 889/440/2 automatic movement, perpetual calendar, hour, minute, second, moonphase, year 750/000 red gold watch case and strap, sapphire glass back Signed on the movement and dial 37 mm (diameter), 43 mm (incl. strap horns) Original box and service receipts 750/000 red gold pin buckle Limited edition of 500, no. 217 MSRP: 30,500 CHF (2005) Newly serviced, with warranty, service receipt is included This classically elegant and at the same time complicated Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Perpetual Calendar wristwatch delights with its characteristically simple design and high-quality workmanship. The black dial features a perpetual calendar, one of the Grand Complications. The hands indicate the hour, minute and second. The dot indices as well as the hour and minute hands are luminous. The waterproof watch case made from 18 carat red gold features a sapphire glass back, giving fascinating insight into the movement. The dial, case and movement are signed "Jaeger-LeCoultre". The watch case is numbered 140.2.80.5 and measures 37 mm in diameter, 43 mm including the strap horns. The watch was newly serviced by Jaeger-LeCoultre for 2,300 EUR, the receipt is included. The brown Jaeger-LeCoultre strap is new and features a red gold pin buckle. The watch is in mint condition. 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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Important Patek Philippe Men's Watch, Switzerland, 1953-60

Lot 33: Important Patek Philippe Men's Watch, Switzerland, 1953-60

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Description: Patek Philippe Ref. 2499 Switzerland, around 1953-60 Manufacture chronograph movement, calibre 13"', perpetual calendar, crown wheel with 30-minute counter, reference no. 2499 and serial no. 2611727, second series White dial with black numerals and gold indices and hands, hour, minute, small second chronometer, chronograph register, week day, month, day, moon phase; signed "Patek & Philippe Genève" 750/000 (18 carat) yellow gold watch case and Patek Philippe pin buckle Original Patek Philippe black alligator leather watch strap Movement signed "Patek & Philippe Genève" and numbered 868.749 Fineness mark, manufacturer signature, Geneva hallmark on the inside of the back cover 37.5 mm (watchcase diameter), 45 mm (incl. watchstrap horns) Fully functional; good, authentic condition This Patek Philippe men's watch with chronograph and a rare perpetual calendar from between 1953 and 1960 will make any watch collector's knees go weak! The 18 carat gold watchcase is held by a black Patek Philippe alligator leather watchstrap. The 18 carat yellow gold pin buckle is also original. The manufacture chronograph movement features a perpetual calendar and a crown wheel with 30-minute counter. The white dial with black numerals, gold indices and hands indicates the hour and minute. The watch also has a chronometer for the small second, a chronograph register as well as a full calendar indicating week days, months, days and moon phases. The movement and dial are signed "Patek & Philippe Genève". The movement is numbered 868.749. The fineness mark, manufacturer signature, Geneva hallmark, reference number 2499 and serial number 2611727 are found on the inside of the back cover. The calibre 13"' watch is in very good, authentic condition. It was worn for thirty years and professionally serviced every year. The watch worked flawlessly during a short time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch measures 37.5 mm in diameter, 45 mm including the watchstrap horns. 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 Pocket Watch, Switzerland, around 1905-1910

Lot 34: Patek Philippe Pocket Watch, Switzerland, around 1905-1910

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Description: Patek Philippe Switzerland, around 1905-1910 Crown winding movement, hour, minute, small second at 6 o'clock Gold-coloured dial with black Arabic numerals and Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring; signed "Patek Philippe & Co. Genève" 750/000 yellow gold Lepine case, no. 238121 Movement signed and numbered 133250 Engraved "Made for Tilden-Thurber Co, Providence"; floral intial engraving on the back cover Made for the American market 47 mm (diameter) Fully functional; good condition This Patek Philippe men's pocket watch dates to around 1905-1910 and was made for the American market. It is fitted with a crown winding movement. The gold-coloured dial shows black Arabic numerals, a Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring, hour and minute hands as well as a sub-dial for the small second at 6 o'clock. The Lepine case is made from 750/000 yellow gold. The back cover shows a floral engraving of initials. The dial is signed "Patek Philippe & Co. Genève". The movement is also signed as well as numbered 133250. The watch case measures 47 mm in diameter. The watch is in good condition with some traces of wear on the case. Black gold residue is noticeable on the edge of the case. The watch worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. 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 Nautilus Reference 3800 Men's Watch, 1993

Lot 35: Patek Philippe Nautilus Reference 3800 Men's Watch, 1993

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Description: Patek Philippe, Nautilus ref. 3800 Geneva/Switzerland, 1993 Calibre 335SC Patek Philippe automatic movement; hour, minute, second, date Gold-coloured metal dial, dot indices set with 11 diamonds; signed "Patek Philippe" 750 yellow gold watch case, strap and clasp; bezel with 40 diamonds (overall weight approx. 0.91 carat) Watch case and movement signed "Patek Philippe", Geneva hallmark, movement number 1'428'123 MSRP: 31,670 CHF (1993) Original box and certificate Fully functional; very good condition This luxurious Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 3800/003 men's wristwatch delights with its excellent workmanship and elegant design. The watch is fitted with a Patek-calibre 335SC automatic movement and has a 750 yellow gold case. The gold-coloured metal dial has eleven dot indices set with diamonds; the bezel is decorated with 40 diamonds. The link strap and clasp were also crafted from 750 yellow gold. The dial displays the hour, minute and second as well as the date. A very elegant and precious piece! The watch case, dial and movement are signed "Patek Philippe". The inner side of the base shows the Geneva hallmark and the movement number 1428123. The diamonds have an overall weight of approximately 0.91 carat. The watch case measures 32 mm in diameter. The watch is in very good condition with only minimal traces of wear such as minor scratches on the case and strap. The watch worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch comes with the original box and certificate of authenticity. 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 Nautilus Reference 4700 Ladies' Watch, 1993

Lot 36: Patek Philippe Nautilus Reference 4700 Ladies' Watch, 1993

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Description: Patek Philippe, Nautilus ref. 4700 Geneva/Switzerland, 1993 Calibre E19C Patek Philippe automatic quartz movement, seven stones; hour, minute, date Gold-coloured metal dial, dot indices set with 11 diamonds 750 yellow gold watch case, 44 diamonds (overall weight approx. 0.41 carat) Watch case and movement signed "Patek Philippe", Geneva hallmark, movement number 1'428'123 750 yellow gold watch strap and clasp 26 mm (diameter) MSRP (1993): 31,670 CHF Box and original certificate Fully functional; very good condition This valuable Patek Philippe Nautilus ref. 4700/54 ladies' wristwatch is decorated with 44 diamonds, with an overall weight of approximately 0.41 carat. The watch is fitted with a Patek-calibre E19C Patek Philippe automatic quartz movement. The watch case, strap and clasp are made from 18 carat gold. The gold-coloured metal dial has dot indices set with diamonds. The bezel is also decorated with diamonds. A very precious piece with a most appealing design! The watch case, dial and movement are signed "Patek Philippe". The inner side of the base shows the Geneva hallmark and the movement number 1'532'941. The watch case measures 26 mm in diameter. The watch is in very good condition with only minimal traces of wear such as microscopic scratches on the case and strap. The watch worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch comes with the original box and certificate of authenticity. 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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Complicated Patek Philippe Pocket Watch, around 1910-1915

Lot 37: Complicated Patek Philippe Pocket Watch, around 1910-1915

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Description: Patek Philippe Switzerland, around 1910-15 Patek Philippe calibre 17'" crown winding movement, hour, minute, small second, minute repetition, double chronograph (Rattrapante) White enamel dial with black and red Arabic numerals, Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring, reticulated Louis XVI-style gold hands; signed "Patek, Philippe & Cie." 750/000 yellow gold watch case, name engraved on the cuvette Movement and cuvette signed; cuvette numbered 156557 45 mm (diameter) Factory extract papers available on demand Fully functional; very good condition This is a very valuable gold men's pocket watch from Patek Philippe. The elegant watch is fitted with a Patek Philippe calibre 17'" crown winding movement, a minute repeater as well as a double chronograph. The white enamel dial with black and red Arabic numerals, Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring and beautiful, reticulated gold hands indicates the hour, minute and second. The watch case is made from 18 carat yellow gold. The dial, movement and cuvette are signed "Patek, Philippe & Cie.". The cuvette is also numbered 156557. The manufacturer signet, fineness mark and number 260805 are found on the inner side of the back cover. The watch case measures 45 mm in diameter. The watch is in very good condition with only minimal traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch can be shipped with the factory extract papers on demand. The total weight is 98 grams. 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 Doctor's Watch with Chronograph, 1910-15

Lot 38: Patek Philippe Doctor's Watch with Chronograph, 1910-15

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Description: Patek Philippe Doctor's Watch Switzerland, around 1910-15 Patek Philippe caliber manual winding movement, hour, minute, small second at 6 o'clock, chronograph White enamel dial with black Arabic numerals and blued steel hands; signed "Patek, Philippe & Cie" 750/000 yellow gold watch case Movement and cuvette signed "Patek, Philippe & Cie", cuvette numbered 157042 47 mm (diameter) Fully functional; very good condition This valuable Patek Philippe Doctor's Watch was produced between 1910 and 1915. The watch has an 18 carat yellow gold case and is fitted with a caliber Patek Philippe crown winding movement. The white enamel dial has black Arabic numerals, blued steel hands and indicates the hour, minute and second. There is also a sub-dial for the small second at 6 o'clock. The watch also features a chronograph. The dial, movement and cuvette are signed "Patek, Philippe & Cie". The cuvette is also numbered 157042. The watch case measures 47 mm in diameter. The fineness mark, manufacturer signet and watch case number 267572 are found on the inner side of the back cover. The pocket watch is in very good condition with merely minimal traces of wear. It worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch comes with a dark red leather box with traces of wear. The overall weight of this watch is 102,6 grams. 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 Nautilus Men's Watch, Switzerland, 1982

Lot 39: Patek Philippe Nautilus Men's Watch, Switzerland, 1982

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Description: Patek Philippe, Nautilus Switzerland, 1982 Manufacture quartz movement, caliber Patek Philippe E27, hour, minute Reference no. 3770/1 (Exception) Two-tone silver enamel dial with gold hands and dot indices; signed "Patek Philippe" 750/000 yellow gold and stainless steel watch case, strap and pin buckle Watch case no. 553.078; movement no. 1.505.965 Movement signed "Patek Philippe" 36 mm (watch case height), 41 mm (incl. strap horns); 31 mm (width) Factory extract papers included Fully functional, very good condition This is a rare version of the legendary Patek Philippe Nautilus from the early 1980s. It is the perfect watch for any day! The two-tone, silver enamel dial makes it suitable for any wardrobe and the 18 carat yellow gold and stainless steel watch case and strap can be worn comfortably even in warm weather. The slim design of the watch makes it perfect for wearing with long sleeves. The dial indicates the hour and minute with gold hands and line indices. The dial and movement are signed "Patek Philippe". The watch case measures 36 mm in height, 41 mm including the strap horns, and 31 mm in width. The watch case is numbered 553.078; the movement number is 1.505.965. The watch is in very good condition with merely minimal traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. Factory extract papers from 2006 are included. 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 Gold Pocket Watch, Switzerland, 1905-10

Lot 40: Patek Philippe Gold Pocket Watch, Switzerland, 1905-10

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Description: Patek Philippe Switzerland, around 1905-10 Caliber Patek Philippe crown winding movement, hour, minute, small second at 6 o'clock White enamel dial with black and red Arabic numerals and Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring; signed "Patek, Philippe Cie" 750 (18 carat) yellow gold, monogram on the back cover Movement and cuvette signed and numbered 125669 Produced for the American market, J.J. Freeman, Toledo 47 mm (diameter) Fully functional; good condition This gold Patek Philippe men's pocket watch was produced between 1905 and 1910. It is fitted with a caliber Patek Philippe crown winding movement. The white dial has black and red Arabic numerals, a Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring, hour and minute hands as well as a sub-dial for the small second at 6 o'clock. The watch case is made of 18 carat yellow gold. The back cover is monogrammed "FAC". The dial, movement and cuvette are signed "Patek, Philippe Cie". The cuvette is also numbered 125669. A note on the cuvette states that this watch was produced for the American businessman J.J. Freeman in Toledo. The manufacturer signet, fineness mark and number 235368 is found on the inner side of the back cover. The watch case measures 47 mm in diameter. The watch is in good condition with light traces of wear. The inner cover is matted. The hands were probably renewed at some point. The total weight is 78 grams. 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 Pocket Watch, Switzerland, around 1875-80

Lot 41: Patek Philippe Pocket Watch, Switzerland, around 1875-80

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Description: Patek Philippe Switzerland, around 1875-80 Crown winding movement, hour, minute, small second at 6 o'clock, quarter-hour repeater White enamel dial with black Roman and Arabic numerals, Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring 750/000 yellow gold watch case Cuvette signed "Patek Philippe & Co", no. 47800 48 mm (diameter) Fully functional; good condition This Patek Philippe gold pocket watch dates to the period between 1875 and 1880. It is fitted with a crown winding movement and features a quarter-hour repeater. The white enamel dial has black Roman and Arabic numerals, a Chemin-de-Fer chapter ring, hour and minute hands as well as a sub-dial for the small second at 6 o'clock. The watch case is made from 18 carat yellow gold. The cuvette is signed "Patek Philippe & Co" and numbered 47800. The manufacturer signet, fineness mark and number 47800 are found on the inner side of the back cover. The watch case measures 48 mm in diameter. The watch is in good condition with only light traces. The dial has a hairline crack. The watch proved to be fully functional during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The total weight is 94,9 grams. 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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Franck Muller Long Island Date Men's Watch, Swiss, 2004

Lot 42: Franck Muller Long Island Date Men's Watch, Swiss, 2004

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Description: Franck Muller, Long Island Date Switzerland, around 2004 Franck Muller manufacture automatic movement with platinum rotor Hour, minute, date at 12 o'clock, small second at 6 o'clock White dial with black Arabic numerals; signed "Franck Muller Genève" Watch case and clasp made from 750/000 red gold, 18 carat Movement signed "Franck Muller", watch case underside also signed, no. 252 Black alligator leather watch strap With box and original certificate 42 x 32 mm (watch case) Previous MSRP (2002): 32,000 CHF Fully functional; very good condition This Franck Muller men's wristwatch was produced around 2004. It has a 750 red gold case and clasp as well as a black alligator leather watch strap. The Franck Muller manufacture automatic movement features a platinum rotor. The white dial with black Arabic numerals indicates the hour and minute. There is a large date display at 12 o'clock and a small second index at 6 o'clock. The dial, movement and underside of the watch case are signed "Franck Muller". The watch case is numbered 252 and measures 42 x 33 mm. The watch functioned flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch is in very good condition with merely minimal traces of wear. It comes with a box and original certificate.

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Franck Muller Cintree Curvex Men's Watch, around 2000

Lot 43: Franck Muller Cintree Curvex Men's Watch, around 2000

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Description: Franck Muller Cintree Curvex Switzerland, around 2000 Automatic FM movement with platinum rotor (950 Pt) Rosé-coloured, rectangular dial with white Arabic numerals; hour, minute, small second, date; signed "Franck Muller GENEVE" Stainless steel watchcase, watchstrap and folding clasp Signed "Franck Muller GENEVE Master of Complications N° 629/1000 - LIMITED" on the watchcase cover, Serial no. 2851 S6 35 mm (height of watchcase), 44 mm (incl. watchstrap horns); 29 mm (width) Original root wood box MSRP: 9,800 euros (2004) Fully functional, very good condition This limited edition Franck Muller automatic men's watch Cintree Curvex delights with the high-quality workmanship and elegant design with rosé-coloured dial and flowing link watchstrap made of brilliant stainless steel. The fine automatic FM movement features a platinum rotor (950 Pt). The rectangular dial has white Arabic numerals. The white-black indices indicate hours and minutes, above a small index for seconds. This choice piece is completed by the date display in the upper area. The dial, the cover of the stainless steel watchcase, and the movement show the manufacturer's signature "Franck Muller GENEVE". The serial number 2851 S6 and the limited edition numbering 629/1000 are also found on the watchcase cover. The watch is in very good condition with some microscopic scratches on the watchcase and band. The folding clasp might need to be cleaned. The watch worked flawlessly during a short time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The watchcase measures 35 mm in height, 44 mm including the watchstrap horns, and 29 mm in width. The fine piece is delivered with an original, high-quality root wood box from the manufacturer. Franck Muller Watchland The watch manufacturer Franck Muller Watchland SA was established in 1991 by the Genevan watchmaker and designer Francesco "Franck" Muller and the Armenian jeweller Vartan Sirmakes. Its main office is in Genthod, Switzerland. Franck Muller wristwatches are characterised by the so-called Tonneau shape and the curved numerals in the style of the Art Nouveau. Within ten years, the luxurious Franck Muller watches became a worldwide commercial success.

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Franck Muller Master Banker, Switzerland, around 2005

Lot 44: Franck Muller Master Banker, Switzerland, around 2005

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Description: Franck Muller, Master Banker Switzerland, around 2005 Franck Muller manufacture automatic movement with platinum rotor, hour, minute, second, date, three time zones Reference no. 2852 MB Silver sunburst dial, black Arabic numerals, blued steel hands; signed "Franck Muller" 750 yellow gold watch case and clasp Movement and watch case back signed "Franck Muller" Black alligator leather strap 42 x 32 mm (watch case) Original presentation box and certificate (blank) Previous MSRP (2002): approx. 18,500 CHF Fully functional; very good condition This reliable Franck Muller Master Banker men's wristwatch was produced around 2005. It is fitted with a Franck Muller manufacture automatic movement with a platinum rotor and features a date display and two sub-dials for different time zones. The silver dial is sunburst and has black Arabic numerals and blued steel hands. The watch case and clasp are made from 750/000 yellow gold and are worn with a black alligator leather strap. The dial and movement are signed "Franck Muller". The watch case measures 42 x 32 mm. The watch is in very good condition and fully functional; no guarantee on accuracy. It comes with a beautiful, original wooden box and a blank original certificate. The box is slightly scratched in some places. Franck Muller Watchland The watch manufacturer Franck Muller Watchland SA was established in 1991 by the Genevan watchmaker and designer Francesco "Franck" Muller and the Armenian jeweller Vartan Sirmakes. Its main office is in Genthod, Switzerland. Franck Muller wristwatches are characterised by the so-called Tonneau shape and the curved numerals in the style of the Art Nouveau. Within ten years, the luxurious Franck Muller watches became a worldwide commercial success.

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Roger Dubuis Sea More Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, 2005

Lot 45: Roger Dubuis Sea More Men's Wristwatch, Switzerland, 2005

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Description: Roger Dubuis, Sea More Switzerland, 2005 Automatic movement, manufacture caliber RD 21, hour, minute Reference no. MS34 21 9 3.53, serial no. 592/888 Stainless steel dial with luminous Roman numerals; signed "Roger Dubuis" Water-resistant watch case and clasp made of stainless steel Movement signed, Geneva hallmark, no. 2825 Black rubber strap with small studs Limited edition 592 of 888 59 x 35 mm (watch case) Original presentation box and documents MSRP: 16,900 USD Fully functional; very good condition This very sporty Roger Dubuis Sea More men's wristwatch is a true eye-catcher! The large, square watch case has a stainless steel dial with luminous Roman numerals. The stainless steel hands are highlighted in red and indicate the hour and minute. The bezel has Arabic numerals for the minutes. The black rubber strap with small stud is a great match with the modern design of the watch. The Roger Dubuis Sea More is fitted with a caliber RD 21 automatic movement. It was produced in a limited edition of 888, making it quite a special timepiece. The watch is practically unworn and in very good condition. It merely displays some microscopic scratches. The watch worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The dial, movement and case are signed "Roger Dubuis". The movement shows the Geneva hallmark and is numbered 2825. The watch case measures 59 x 35 mm. The original wooden box and documents are included. Roger Dubuis Roger Dubuis S.A. was established in 1995 by Roger Dubuis and Carlos Dias in Carouge. Today the Swiss watch and jewellery manufacturer is based in Meyrin in the Canton of Geneva. In 2008, the Swiss holding company Richemont purchased 60 % of the Manufacture Roger Dubuis SA. Currently, Roger Dubuis is the only company allowed to bear the Geneva hallmark on all their products.

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Carlo Ferrara Men's Watch, Switzerland/Italy, around 2010

Lot 46: Carlo Ferrara Men's Watch, Switzerland/Italy, around 2010

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Description: Carlo Ferrara Switzerland/Italy, around 2010 Automatic ETA movement, patented CF watch hand module from Geneva, freely movable regulator display Hour, minute, centre second, date; signed "Carlo Ferrara", two-coloured dial, asymmetrically arranged Arabic numerals Inscribed on the stainless steel case, "Brevet Depose - Etanche 50M - Saphir- Suisse - 2666 - CF MCMXCVII" Stainless steel clasp, signed "Carlo Ferrara" 39 mm (diameter), 45 mm (incl. strap horns) Original price (2010): 6,800 EUR Original box and certificate as well as maintenance book Fully functional; very good condition This Carlo Ferrara men's wristwatch delights with its exceptional, innovative design. The watch is fitted with an automatic ETA movement and features a patented CF watch hand module from Geneva. The freely movable regulator display indicates the hour, minute and centre second. There is a date display in the lower area. The two-coloured dial has asymmetrically arranged Arabic numerals in black. The hours and minutes are not combined in the dial, but arranged side by side. The transparent back cover stands out as well, showing the movement. This unconventional watch comes with a black leather strap. The watch is inscribed "Brevet Depose - Etanche 50M - Saphir- Suisse - 2666 - CF MCMXCVII" on th back of the watch case. The dial, movement and clasp are signed "Carlo Ferrara". The watch case measures 39 mm in diameter, 45 mm including the strap horns. The watch is in very good condition with merely minimal traces of wear. It worked perfectly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. The original box and a maintenance book are included. Carlo Ferrara Carlo Ferrara learnt the art of watchmaking from his father, who was a watchmaker himself. The innovative design of Ferrara's watches - especially the dials - made them known worldwide. The first designs originate from 1991. The separation of the hours and minutes, which are arranged side by side, is a characteristic feature, giving the impression that the watch hands are dancing.

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Elegant Eterna Galaxis Men's Watch, Schwitzerland, around 1985

Lot 47: Elegant Eterna Galaxis Men's Watch, Schwitzerland, around 1985

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Description: Eterna, Galaxis Switzerland, around 1985 Quartz movement, hour and minute; signed "Eterna" 750 yellow gold watch case and strap With sapphire inserts Limited to 1.000 pieces 30 mm (diameter) Documents included Fully functional; excellent condition This elegant Eterna Galaxis men's wristwatch is a very special timepiece. The watch case and strap are made of 18 carat yellow gold and covered with sapphire inserts. The watch was produced around 1985 and has an ETA quartz movement in high quality as well as hour and minute hands. The production of this beautiful piece was limited to only 1.000 pieces! The model name "Galaxis", the purity mark 750, another hallmark, the casing number 154 4335 68S and the reference number 066 are found on the back of the watch case. The clasp is marked "Eterna". The Eterna Galaxis men's wristwatch is in excellent condition. It is fully functional; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch case measures 40 mm in diameter. The watch comes with a manual, a warranty certificate, and an international guarantee card. Eterna The watch manufacture Eterna was established in 1856 by the Swiss physician Josef Girard and the teacher Urs Schild under the name Schild Frères. The first timepieces were ladies' wristwatches, before the company's focus shifted to alarm functions for watches in 1905. The company was named Eterna the same year. Eterna has built up a worldwide reputation for wristwatches with a high technical and aesthetic standard as well as numerous inventions and innovations. In 1908 the company registered a patent for the first watch with alarm function, which was produced in series from 1914. The first ladies' wristwatch with a form movement was introduced in 1930, followed by a ball bearing rotor for automatic winding in 1948. In 1980, Eterna produced the flattest (0.98 mm) quartz wristwatch. In 1995, the company was bought by the German company Porsche Design.

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Eterna Galaxis Limited Edition Ladies' Watch, Switzerland, 1987

Lot 48: Eterna Galaxis Limited Edition Ladies' Watch, Switzerland, 1987

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Description: Eterna, Galaxis Switzerland, 1987 Eterna quartz movement, hour, minute Blue dial with gold Bâton hands, scratch-proof sapphire glass; signed "Eterna" Water-proof 750 yellow gold watch case and folding clasp, bezel and strap with sapphire inlays Watch case numbered 121.4336.68S/037 on the back Invisible folding clasp Limited edition of 1,000 24 mm (diameter) Original presentation box, club card and strap links MSRP: 14,500 DEM (1987) Fully functional; very good condition This slim Eterna Galaxis ladies' wristwatch is a true eye-catcher! Its brightly shining sapphire inlays make it an elegant accessory for any stylish piece of clothing. The watch case and strap are made from 18 carat yellow gold. The scratch-proof sapphire glass reliably protects the watch. The blue dial is strikingly simple: only the gold Bâton hands indicate the hour and minute. The Eterna watch is numbered 37 out of 1,000 and is a very special timepiece! The dial is signed "Eterna". The watch case number is 121.4336.68S/037 and measures 24 mm in diameter. The watch is in very good condition with merely minimal traces of wear, as it was hardly ever worn. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. Strap links, an original presentation box and an Eterna club card are included. The box displays age-related traces of wear and is in part porous on the inside. Eterna The watch manufacture Eterna was established in 1856 by the Swiss physician Josef Girard and the teacher Urs Schild under the name Schild Frères. The first timepieces were ladies' wristwatches, before the company's focus shifted to alarm functions for watches in 1905. The company was named Eterna the same year. Eterna has built up a worldwide reputation for wristwatches with a high technical and aesthetic standard as well as numerous inventions and innovations. In 1908 the company registered a patent for the first watch with alarm function, which was produced in series from 1914. The first ladies' wristwatch with a form movement was introduced in 1930, followed by a ball bearing rotor for automatic winding in 1948. In 1980, Eterna produced the flattest (0.98 mm) quartz wristwatch. In 1995, the company was bought by the German company Porsche Design.

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Rolex Cellini King Midas, Switzerland, around 1987-88

Lot 49: Rolex Cellini King Midas, Switzerland, around 1987-88

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Description: Rolex, Cellini (King Midas) Switzerland, around 1987-88 Rolex manufacture caliber automatic movement, hour and minute Gold dial with gold hands; signed "Rolex" 750/000 yellow gold watch case and strap Bezel set with diamonds Very beautiful King Midas model in high quality, rare! Original presentation box and documents 27 x 28 mm (watch case) Fully functional; good condition This exquisite men's wristwatch was produced between 1987 and 1988 by Rolex in Geneva. It has a watch case and strap made from 18 carat gold and delights with its bezel set with fine diamonds and precise workmanship. The fine hour and minute hands perfectly harmonize with the precious diamonds. The dial shows the yellow gold Rolex crown and inscriptions "Rolex Genève", "Cellini" and "Swiss". The strap consists of 27 links and also shows the Rolex crown on the outer side. It is also marked with the model number 5069, the watch case number 4 358 863, the reference number 4342 and the purity marks 750 and 18 K. It isa very beautiful, high quality piece in good condition with only slight traces of wear. The watch was overhauled in 1990 and is fully functional; no guarantee on accuracy. The watch case measures 27 x 28 mm. The luxurious piece comes with the original brown leather box, an authenticity certificate and an invoice for the overhaul from 1990. The leather box shows slight traces of use. Rolex SA The Swiss watch manufacturer Rolex SA is based 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 dial. He registered the brand in 1908 and focused on wristwatches that were not considered back then to be reliable or even successful in the future. 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.

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Goldpfeil,

Lot 50: Goldpfeil, "The Leather Watch" Seven Masters Edition, ca. 2005

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Description: Goldpfeil, The Leather Watch Seven Masters Edition Switzerland/Germany, around 2005 Automatic movement, hand-engraved by Antoine Preziuso, hour, minute Leather dial, six gold indices as well as gold hour and minute hands; signed "Goldpfeil" 750/000 yellow gold watch case, glass back, no. 11148 750/000 yellow gold clasp, limited edition of 100, no. 48 35 mm (diameter) Original presentation box, documents, jeweller's certificate and warranty are included MSRP: 14,600 CHF (2005) Fully functional, very good condition Antoine Preziuso's "The Leather Watch" was produced in a limited edition of 100 - this particular watch is no. 48. The fact that the dial is lined with the same leather the strap consists of makes it truly unique. Six gold indices and golden hour and minute hands round out the simple, harmonious design of this watch. Another peculiarity is the fact that the strap is directly integrated into the watch case. The hand-engraved movement, unmistakably bearing Antoine Preziuso's mark and built by him to this day, is seen through the glass back. A very elegant and fine Goldpfeil watch! The dial and movement are signed "Goldpfeil". The watch case measures 35 mm in diameter and is numbered 11148 on the back. The watch is in very good condition with only minimal traces of wear. It worked flawlessly during a short-time test; no guarantee on accuracy. An original presentation box is included. Goldpfeil The company Goldpfeil Ludwig Krumm AG or Gold-Pfeil was a traditional manufacturer of high-quality bags and leather accessories. The company was established 1856 in Offenbach am Main. Goldpfeil bags were long considered a status symbol of the German upper class. From 2001, luxury watches were manufactured for Goldpfeil by the Swiss watchmakers Antoine Preziuso, Bernhard Lederer, Felix Baumgartner, Frank Jutzi, Svend Andersen, Vianney Halter and Vincent Calabrese. After the death of the owner of EganaGoldpfeil in 2007, the company filed for bankruptcy in 2008.

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