Auction – Autumn sale of Important Watches Replica Watches Free Shipping

Sotheby’s upcoming auction of Important Watches in Geneva will bring together a selection of fine and rare timepieces to suit every collecting style. Highlights from the sale, to be held on Sunday, 12 November at Mandarin Oriental, Geneva, include a selection of vintage and modern watches from the most prominent brands, including Patek Philippe, Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin, F.P. Journe and Richard Mille. Furthermore, a collection of Urban Jürgensen watches will be bring to auction for the first time.

Standout wristwatches by Patek Philippe include a 1974 example of the reference 3448 – the first automatic perpetual calendar ever made in series – a reference 2526 in pink gold with enamel dial and an Astronomical watch, the reference 5102G, featuring a dynamic celestial chart of the Northern Hemisphere.

“For the upcoming sale in November, we have carefully assembled a wide range of fine and rare watches to suit every collector, from the connoisseur searching for an exceptional piece, to watch lovers seeking to build on to their collection or enhance their personal style. This autumn selection includes prestigious watchmakers Patek Philippe, Rolex, Audemars Piguet, Vacheron Constantin and Cartier, as well as a remarkable collection of watches and pocket watches by Urban Jürgensen”, Mikael Wallhagen, Head of Sotheby’s Watch Department, Geneva, said.

Auction Highlights:

  • Patek Philippe – Celestial
  • Vintage wristwatches
  • Pocket watches
  • Vacheron Constantin – Métiers d’Art “Les Masques”
  • Cartier – “Rotonde”
  • Richard Mille – RM 35-01 Rafael Nadal

Date of the auction:

  • Sunday 12 November 2017

Address:

  • Mandarin Oriental, Genève

A little pusher, which can easily reduce you if are not cautious, under each of the lugs allows you to remove the strap relatively easily as soon as you get the hang of it. Though you can see that the joint at which the bracelet and strap connect with all the lugs is very tiny. This means not a lot of this strap is really joined to the instance. While I found the link point to be protected, I have concerns about how this method would use over time. I’m not saying it would develop issues over time, but I am saying that given the little connection point, this is something which I would be concerned about.The tapering steel bracelet is comfortable enough, but does not feel like something you would find on a watch of this pedigree. The links are appreciably simpler in design as compared to the previous generation Malaysian, as well as also the deployant clasp is comparable to something you’d find on a watch at a fraction of the price. In an ergonomic and construction perspective, there is not anything wrong with the bracelet, but again, it feels like something you would find on a watch at a mere fraction of this price.At $30,000 I anticipate even the deployant on the bracelet to be equally intriguing and creatively created. The bracelet feels machine completed (I’m not familiar with the actual polishing and finishing technique Vacheron Constantin uses), and there does not appear to be anything hand-done concerning the bracelet, or any portion of the watch’s exterior.

Quai Turrettini 1, 1201 Genève

Public exhibitions:

  • Thursday 9 November: 10am – 6pm
  • Friday 10 November: 10am – 6pm
  • Saturday 11 November: 10am – 6pm

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