Minerva, Suisse, Shock-absorber chronograph, Made in the 1940s. 18kt yellow gold wristwatch with chronograph and registers.
Minerva was one of very few companies to produce their own movements, especially the chronograph and one of even fewer who had done so continuously for close to a hundred years.
Patek Philippe, Ref. 425. “Tegolino” Made in 1940s. Fine and rare, rectangular curved, gold wristwatch with black dial.
This particular watch has a well preserved case which seems to have never been polished with trace of the original sticker on the back, strong hallmark on the side of the case. The dial has little discoloration and markers have some patina.
A similar watch, lot 27 was sold at Christie's in Geneva in May 2018 for CHF 38,750.
LeCoultre, "Reverso".Made in the 1930's. Fine and rare, rectangular, Art Deco, stainless steel reversible wristwatch.
The Reverso is the most iconic watch from the Jaeger-LeCoultre production and It is one of a handful of watches which have been in continuous production since the 1930's.
This early Reverso is in excellent shape with a beautiful glossy dial with its original Radium markers and hands with a nice yellowish patina.
Rolex, Oyster Perpetual, GMT Master, Superlative Chronometer, Officially Certified, Ref. 1675. Made in . Fine, two time zone, center seconds, self-winding, water-resistant, stainless steel wristwatch with date, 24-hour bezel and hand and a stainless steel Rolex riveted bracelet.
- Heuer Autavia, Automatic, Ref. 1563T. Produced in the 1970's. Silver dial self-winding, water-resistant, tonneau-shaped, stainless steel gentleman's wristwatch with date, round button chronograph, registers, and a rally strap.
- Price: $6,950