Artcurial Auction, Fine Watches

Artcurial Auction, Fine Watches - MondaniWeb

Artcurial Auction, Fine Watches

Monte Carlo

Monaco

We are extremely happy to inform you about Artcurial upcoming auction that will take place in Monaco (Monte Carlo) on July 18, 2019 at the Hermitage Hotel (Salle Belle Epoque).

If you would like to see the lots before the auction these are the viewing dates:

Artcurial, Paris (Partial Exhibition)

27 June, 11am – 6pm

28 June, 11am – 6pm

1 July, 11am – 6pm

*From 2 to 9 July, by appointment

Hotel Hermitage, Monte Carlo

14 July, 4pm – 8pm

15 July, 12pm – 6pm

16 July, 12pm – 8pm

17 July, 11am – 6pm

18 July, 11am – 2pm

In this article, we show you the top lots to give you a preview of some of the best for sale.

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Lot 679

ROLEX Daytona, Ref. 6240 ” Paul Newman “, a stainless steel manual winding chronograph bracelet, “Oyster” bracelet with deployant clasp signed .

Estimate: 250,000 €

Lot 652

BLANCPAIN, Fifty Fathoms “Milspec 1”, a stainless steel automatic diver’s wristwatch with humidity indicator. With a certificate, a winderbox by Kubik.

Estimate: 30,000 €

Lot 634

PATEK PHILIPPE, Pièce Unique, Ref. 746, a 18k pink gold pocket watch with painted enamel caseback. With a Patek Philippe extract from the archives confirming the production of the present watch in 1961 and its subsequent sale on November 24, 1961.

Estimate: 40,000 €

Lot 653

LONGINES, Lindbergh à Angle Horaire “Franco Vestrini”, Ref. 4365, A silver manual winding wristwatch.

Estimate: 30,000 €

Lot 675

ROLEX Daytona, Ref. 6262, a stainless steel manual winding chronograph wristwatch, “Oyster” bracelet with deployant clasp signed.

Estimate: 30,000 €

Lot 658

LIP, R.27 “Général de Gaulle”, a 18k rose gold electric wristwatch. With a presentation case and outerpackaging. Given to Général de Gaulle by Fred Lip (Lipmann) in 1958
Général de Gaulle to Mr. Bernard de Gaulle, then by descendance to the actual owner.

Estimate: 6,000 €

 

 

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