For the upcoming auction tomorrow at Christie's I picked the following beautiful timepieces:
This beautiful and super rare minute repeating Haas Neveux & company timepiece was made in the 1930's at the end of the existence of Haas Neveux & Cie caused by the great Depression. It is a platinum case with Breguet numerals. Lot N°315, Estimated 30 000 $ - 50 000 $.
This is my favorite, a Patek Philippe 565 in stainless steel with Tiffany & Co. signature. If I had the money, I'd go for this one. Lot N°408, Estimated 30 000 $ - 50 000 $.
This yellow gold Patek Philippe 565 was purchased by legendary collector Henry Graves Jr. just short before of his death in 1951 (1868-1953). Lot N°294, Estimated 40 000 $ - 60 000 $.
The legendary Patek Philippe 1526 made from 1940 - 1952. This one is cased in yellow gold, made in 1949 and accompanied by presentation Box, pouch and outer packing. Lot N° 104, Estimated 60 000 $ - 80 000 $.
This Rolex 6542 made in 1958, features an original brown exotic dial and bakelite bezel. The dial does wear the nipple numerlas and the 24h hand features the small arrow. Lot N° 115, Estimated 80 000 $ - 120 000 $.
This beautiful Vacheron & Constantin 4178 made in comes in yellow gold and the Vacheron presentation box. Lot N° 128, Estimated 15 000 $ - 20 000 $.
I invite you as well to have a look at my vintage corner
on my website of my boutique, some rare and beautiful timepieces are waiting there!
All the best.
(photos by Christie's)