Mondani Web is pleased to present Christie's Watches Online: Summer Series – Part I, offering a range of modern and vintage watches from renowned watchmakers such as Patek Philippe, Rolex, Omega, IWC Schaffhausen, Cartier and many more.
Highlights include a rare Rolex Daytona reference 6239, a fine Patek Philippe ladies’ annual calendar wristwatch reference 4936J, a rare oversized 18k white gold minute repeating wristwatch, a Rolex GMT-Master “Pepsi” reference 16700, and many more. With over 150 lots offered, there are a variety of styles, metals, and sizes that allow any level of collector to find a new summer love.
Highlights will be on view at Christie’s New York, 20 Rockefeller Plaza.
Friday, 8/6 10am-6pm
Saturday, 9/6 10am-6pm
Sunday, 10/6 1pm-6pm
Monday, 11/6 10am-5pm
Tuesday, 12/6 10am-6pm
Wednesday, 13/6 10am-6pm
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PATEK PHILIPPE, LADIES' ANNUAL CALENDAR, REF. 4936J, circa 2010.
18k gold and diamond Patek Philippe buckle, Patek Philippe outer box, presentation box, leather wallet, certificate of origin, product literature.
PATEK PHILIPPE, RETAILED BY GUBELIN, REF. 1527J, circa 1946.
18k gold Patek Philippe buckle, Extract from the Archives confirming manufacture date of 1946 and sale date of May 18, 1948.
PATEK PHILIPPE, CALATRAVA, REF. 2451J, circa 1954.
Patek Philippe Extract from the Archives confirming manufacture date of 1954 and sale date of July 22, 1955.
ROLEX, GMT-MASTER II “BATMAN”, REF. 116710BLNR, 2010's.
Rolex launched the GMT-Master in 1954 in order to provide pilots a watch that could read 24 hour time for a selected time zone. The present example is the latest version of the GMT-Master II from Rolex, with its most distinguished feature, the ceramic black and blue bezel. This watch has gained popularity with collectors and has been nicknamed, the “Batman” because of the black and blue accents. This is the most technologically advanced GMT-Master to be offered by Rolex and would be a great addition to a watch collection.
AUDEMARS PIGUET, ROYAL OAK OFFSHORE E-SERIES, circa 1990s.
IWC, BIG PILOT 46MM “SAINT EXUPERY”, REF. IW500422, circa 2010.
Stainless steel IWC deployant clasp, IWC outer box, presentation box, international warranty card, product literature.
BREGUET, PERPETUAL CALENDAR MOON PHASE, REF. 3050BA, circa 1998.
18k gold Breguet buckle, Breguet outer box, presentation box
HEUER, MONZA, REF. 150.501, circa 1970s.
The Heuer Monza was created to celebrate Niki Lauda’s first Formula One world championship title with Ferrari in 1976. Heuer was the official teamkeep for the Ferrari team from 1971 to 1979 and Jack Heuer presented the team with these watches to celebrate their victory. Notably, these watches featured a PVD-coated cushion case like those from the 1970s automatic Carreras, black dial with red accents as well as outer pulsometer and tachymeter tracks, and caliber 15 movement.
The name Monza was selected in honor of the famous track in Italy. Heuer at that time was using famous racetrack and race names as the basis for new model names. The Monza has become more well-known recently as TAG Heuer introduced a popular re-edition of the Monza in 2016.
ROLEX, LADIES' 18K WHITE GOLD AND DIAMOND-SET BRACELET WATCH, circa 1950.
With original red Rolex presentation box. The watch with approximately 69 diamonds, weighing approximately 4.5-5.00 carats total.
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