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Rare Watches, Magnificent Jewels & Objets de Vertu

Mon 14 January 2019 | 3:00 pm
13 bd Princesse Charlotte, 98000 Monaco

Result € 5,243,418

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REGISTERING TO BID IN THE TRADITIONAL AUCTION
Each client wishing to bid at auction is required to register before the sale. Clients may register the morning of the sale, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the auction venue. Clients will be able to pick up their bidding paddles on the day of the sale, prior to the auction, just outside the saleroom.

BIDDING IN THE SALEROOM
Lots offered for sale are auctioned in numerical order as they appear in the catalogue. The lot being auctioned is announced by the auctioneer, as well as shown live or illustrated on a screen at the front of the saleroom. Bidders are advised to have the auction catalogue to hand during the sale for reference.

ABSENTEE BIDDING [WRITTEN BIDS]
If you are unable to bid in person at the auction, you can submit an absentee or written bid. Bid forms are found in every auction catalogue, on the website at www.monacolegendauctions.com, and can be requested at preview exhibitions. Bid forms should be completed and signed accompanied by identity paper, then e-mailed to info@monacolegendgroup.com or 13 bd Princesse Charlotte, 98 000 Monaco. E-mail bids can be submitted, but must be followed up by mail with a signed bid form. Absentee bids will be processed on your behalf at auction by Monaco Legend Group staff. This service is free of charge. Monaco Legend Group staff will execute the bids at the lowest possible price, taking into account the reserve and other bids.
Monaco Legend Group cannot be held responsible for errors, omissions or late-arriving bids. In the event that two identical bids are received, the first bid received by Monaco Legend Group will take precedence. It is very important that the bidder lists a daytime telephone number in case any part of the bid form is unclear. It is advisable to send the bid form in good time before the auction, especially in the case of new buyers, whose bank references will be checked.
Bids submitted in a foreign currency will be converted to € using the exchange rate on the day of the sale.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL BID CANCELLATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN WRITING.

TELEPHONE BIDS
You may also participate in Monaco Legend Group auctions by telephone. This service is free of charge and telephone bids will be executed by a Monaco Legend Group staff member in the saleroom. All telephone bids must be confirmed in writing on a completed bid form. Please provide the telephone number(s) at which you can be reached during the sale. Bid forms should be completed, signed and accompanied by identity paper, then e-mailed to info@monacolegendgroup.com.
Monaco Legend Group will call you during the auction approximately 3 to 10 lots before the lot(s) on which you wish to bid. Language assistance for telephone bidding is available in English, French, Italian and Chinese.
Please note that all bid cancellations must be received in writing.
CLIENTS ARE ADVISED TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR TELEPHONE BIDS AT LEAST ONE DAY BEFORE THE SALE.

MONACO LEGEND GROUP ONLINE LIVE BIDDING
The registration process for online interactive bidding and online absentee bidding is similar to that used for traditional telephone and absentee bidding. On Monaco Legend Group’s secure website,
www.monacolegendauctions.com, the following steps must be completed by prospective buyers:
Register, providing the bidder’s name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, credit card details. NOTE: First time bidders are required to provide a valid ID (passport, identity card or driver license) and credit card information, bank letter.
Accept Monaco Legend Group’s terms and conditions of sale.
Submit registration form to Monaco Legend Group secure website.
Approved bidders will receive an e-mail confirmation to bid online in the auction.
Once the auction catalogue is available online, prospective buyers can register or place absentee bids online. Absentee bids are accepted online up until 48 hours prior to the start of the live interactive auction. On auction day, registered online bidders connect to
www.monacolegendauctions.com to follow instructions for live interactive bidding.
For collectors who simply want to follow the live auction in progress, no registration is needed to view a live internet broadcast made available on the auction day. For additional information about the online bidding system, terms and conditions of use and sale, please contact us info@monacolegendgroup.com

INVALUABLE BIDDING
On Invaluable’s secure website, www.invaluable.com the following steps must be completed by prospective buyers.
For users of Invaluable bidding platform, 5% extra fees will be charged of the hammer price plus the buyer’s commission.

SUCCESSFUL BIDS
When the auctioneer’s hammer falls, the final bid has been reached and the auctioneer will record the bidder’s paddle number, or the absentee bid number. If your bids have been successful, you will be notified by means of an invoice sent by e-mail. You are also welcome to call Monaco Legend Group the day after the auction to request the outcome of your bids.

RESULTS OF THE SALE
If you would like to know the result of your absentee bids, please contact:
Monaco Legend Group: +377 97 775 335
www.monacolegendauctions.com

PAYMENT
Payment is due immediately after the sale.
Payment may be made by the following methods:
> Cash in euros up to €29 999
> Credit cards VISA or MASTERCARD. Major credit cards are accepted but fees can be applied for Amex, equivalent of 1.80% total amount.
> Bank transfers to Monaco Legend Group
BUYER’S PREMIUM
For Jewels the buyer will pay to the order of Monaco Legend Group, in addition to the hammer price, a buyer’s premium of: until €1.000.000: 30% incl. VAT (25 % excl. VAT), major of €1.000.000: 15% incl. VAT (12,5 % excl. VAT).
Watches are submitted to a premium of:
until € 250 000: 30% incl. VAT (25 % excl. VAT), from €250 001 to €999 999: 24% incl. VAT (20 % excl. VAT), major of €1.000.000:15% incl. VAT (12,5 % excl. VAT).

CONDITIONS AND INFORMATION FOR BUYERS
The sale is subject to the Monégasque legislation and to the terms printed in this catalogue. It is important to read the following conditions. Useful information is given on the methods to buy at auction. Our team remains at your disposal to inform and assist you.

VAT FOR NON-EUROPEAN BUYERS
Non-European buyers will directly receive the invoice excluding VAT under certain conditions: the item(s) must have been shipped outside of Europe within a delay of 3 months from the date of the sale and Monaco Legend Group must appear as a shipper on the export document and the buyer as the consignee. The exportation has to be done within the legal delays and a maximum of 3 months of the date of the sale.

CURRENCY CONVERSION
Auctions are conducted in Euro in Monaco.
A currency conversion board is made available in the saleroom and online, indicating approximate exchange rates for various major currencies.

INDICATIVE NATURE OF THE ESTIMATES
The estimates are intended as a guide only. Any bid between the high and the low pre-sale estimates offers a fair chance of success. lt is always advisable to consult us nearer the time of sales as estimates can be subject to revision. The estimates set out in the catalogue do not include the buyer’s premium.

CONDITION OF THE LOTS
Lot descriptions provide technical data carefully compiled by our experts for each lot in the sale and are often enhanced by historical or biographical comments.
Auction catalogue can be viewed at
www.monacolegendauctions.com.
Estimates are listed at the end of each lot description and are an indication of the price range the lot is expected to fetch. Estimates do not include the buyer’s premium or sales tax.
We are at your disposal to provide you a detailed report on the conditions of the lots.
All lots are sold in the condition in which they were offered for sale with all their imperfections and defects. Dimensions, colors and weight of the products are provided for information purposes only and are not binding.
No claim can be accepted for minor restoration or small damages. It is the responsibility of each prospective bidder to inspect each lot prior to the sale and to rely on their own judgment to acquaint with the characteristics and the potential repairs or restorations. No claim can be considered once the auction is pronounced.
Restored or repainted dials regarded as protective measures and not as vices will not be reported. The conditions of the bracelets and the water resistance of the screwed-back watches are not guaranteed, and neither are the deployment clasps and tang buckles. It is important to note most of the waterproof watches have been opened to identify the type and quality of the movement.
There is no guarantee the watches are still resistant to water and it is recommended to consult your watchmaker before using the item.
Dimensions of the watches are provided for information purposes only.
Absence of any indication of the existence of restoration work or of an accident by no means exempt the jewelry from having a defect.
Precious and semi-precious stones may have been subject to treatments with the intention to showcase them. (i.e.: oil treatment of emeralds, heat treatment for rubies and sapphires, whitening of pearls).
These treatments are traditional and accepted by the jewels international market.
Considering the rise of new treatments, the stones submitted to the auction with no certificates will be sold without guarantees about the treatment.
It shall be stated that the origin of the stones and their quality (color and purity of the diamonds) reflect the opinion of the laboratory issuing the certificate. No claim will be accepted in case another laboratory gives another opinion, and will in no way engage the responsibility of the auctioneer and expert.
The jewelry advertised in our catalogue as yellow-gold or white-gold with no hallmark are always in gold 18K, that is 750%° – Gold 14K: 585%° – Gold 9k: 375%° (Charts)
Relining, inlay work and varnishing are considered a protective measure and not a vice, they will not be reported. Dimensions are provided for information purposes only.

AUCTION PREVIEWS
Previews are conducted by Monaco Legend Group prior to each auction and details of these exhibitions are found at the beginning of every catalogue or online. Previews are open to the public and prospective buyers are encouraged to view and examine lots offered for sale prior to making their purchases.

REGISTERING TO BID IN THE TRADITIONAL AUCTION
Each client wishing to bid at auction is required to register before the sale. Clients may register the morning of the sale, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the auction venue. Clients will be able to pick up their bidding paddles on the day of the sale, prior to the auction, just outside the saleroom.

BIDDING IN THE SALEROOM
Lots offered for sale are auctioned in numerical order as they appear in the catalogue. The lot being auctioned is announced by the auctioneer, as well as shown live or illustrated on a screen at the front of the saleroom. Bidders are advised to have the auction catalogue to hand during the sale for reference.

ABSENTEE BIDDING [WRITTEN BIDS]
If you are unable to bid in person at the auction, you can submit an absentee or written bid. Bid forms are found in every auction catalogue, on the website at www.monacolegendauctions.com, and can be requested at preview exhibitions. Bid forms should be completed and signed accompanied by identity paper, then e-mailed to info@monacolegendgroup.com or 13 bd Princesse Charlotte, 98 000 Monaco. E-mail bids can be submitted, but must be followed up by mail with a signed bid form. Absentee bids will be processed on your behalf at auction by Monaco Legend Group staff. This service is free of charge. Monaco Legend Group staff will execute the bids at the lowest possible price, taking into account the reserve and other bids.
Monaco Legend Group cannot be held responsible for errors, omissions or late-arriving bids. In the event that two identical bids are received, the first bid received by Monaco Legend Group will take precedence. It is very important that the bidder lists a daytime telephone number in case any part of the bid form is unclear. It is advisable to send the bid form in good time before the auction, especially in the case of new buyers, whose bank references will be checked.
Bids submitted in a foreign currency will be converted to € using the exchange rate on the day of the sale.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL BID CANCELLATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED IN WRITING.

TELEPHONE BIDS
You may also participate in Monaco Legend Group auctions by telephone. This service is free of charge and telephone bids will be executed by a Monaco Legend Group staff member in the saleroom. All telephone bids must be confirmed in writing on a completed bid form. Please provide the telephone number(s) at which you can be reached during the sale. Bid forms should be completed, signed and accompanied by identity paper, then e-mailed to info@monacolegendgroup.com.
Monaco Legend Group will call you during the auction approximately 3 to 10 lots before the lot(s) on which you wish to bid. Language assistance for telephone bidding is available in English, French, Italian and Chinese.
Please note that all bid cancellations must be received in writing.
CLIENTS ARE ADVISED TO MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR TELEPHONE BIDS AT LEAST ONE DAY BEFORE THE SALE.

MONACO LEGEND GROUP ONLINE LIVE BIDDING
The registration process for online interactive bidding and online absentee bidding is similar to that used for traditional telephone and absentee bidding. On Monaco Legend Group’s secure website,
www.monacolegendauctions.com, the following steps must be completed by prospective buyers:
Register, providing the bidder’s name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, credit card details. NOTE: First time bidders are required to provide a valid ID (passport, identity card or driver license) and credit card information, bank letter.
Accept Monaco Legend Group’s terms and conditions of sale.
Submit registration form to Monaco Legend Group secure website.
Approved bidders will receive an e-mail confirmation to bid online in the auction.
Once the auction catalogue is available online, prospective buyers can register or place absentee bids online. Absentee bids are accepted online up until 48 hours prior to the start of the live interactive auction. On auction day, registered online bidders connect to
www.monacolegendauctions.com to follow instructions for live interactive bidding.
For collectors who simply want to follow the live auction in progress, no registration is needed to view a live internet broadcast made available on the auction day. For additional information about the online bidding system, terms and conditions of use and sale, please contact us info@monacolegendgroup.com

INVALUABLE BIDDING
On Invaluable’s secure website, www.invaluable.com the following steps must be completed by prospective buyers.
For users of Invaluable bidding platform, 5% extra fees will be charged of the hammer price plus the buyer’s commission.

SUCCESSFUL BIDS
When the auctioneer’s hammer falls, the final bid has been reached and the auctioneer will record the bidder’s paddle number, or the absentee bid number. If your bids have been successful, you will be notified by means of an invoice sent by e-mail. You are also welcome to call Monaco Legend Group the day after the auction to request the outcome of your bids.

RESULTS OF THE SALE
If you would like to know the result of your absentee bids, please contact:
Monaco Legend Group: +377 97 775 335
www.monacolegendauctions.com

PAYMENT
Payment is due immediately after the sale.
Payment may be made by the following methods:
> Cash in euros up to €29 999
> Credit cards VISA or MASTERCARD. Major credit cards are accepted but fees can be applied for Amex, equivalent of 1.80% total amount.
> Bank transfers to Monaco Legend Group

COLLECTION OF PURCHASES
Purchases can only be collected after payment. All lots can be collected during or after the session upon presentation of written consent from the Accounting Department of Monaco Legend Group. We recommend the buyers to take delivery of their lots after the sale.

PREEMPTION RIGHT
The French state is entitled to use preemption right on any works of art presented at the auction, by order of the Minister in charge of culture after the hammer stroke. The State shall have a period of 15 days from the date of the sale to confirm its preemption right.
In case of confirmation, the French state shall be subrogated in the buyer’s position.

IMPORT/EXPORT RESTRICTIONS AND TAXES
Buyers are advised that we will remove bands made of materials derived from endangered or otherwise protected species (i.e. alligator, caiman, lizard, snake…) prior to shipping lots abroad. Buyers are responsible for compliance with any applicable export and import regulations. Moreover certain items made of tortoiseshell, ivory may be subject to importation restrictions in certain countries.
Please consult your local customs authority for information on importing items made of these materials. The Buyer is responsible for the payment of all applicable import and export duties and taxes related to the lots purchased.

CITES REGULATIONS
Δ: The documents provided by the study “Monaco Legend Group” for the CITES articles of the species listed in the annexes A, B or C of the regulation CE338/97 are only valid in the EU. All the exits to a third country shall be subject to an exportation or reexportation permit granted by the CITES Management Authority. In the buyer’s country of residence. We advise you to approach the CITES Management Authority of the country of destination to obtain confirmation of the possibility of importing such articles. Some countries can prohibit the issuing of the documents according to their own specific legislation. These actions have to be taken by the buyer and at their own expense. Contact Monaco Legend Group for more information.

SHIPPING AND INSURANCE
It will be shipped directly to their location as per buyer’s instructions, with Ferrari Logistiques SAM, Monaco.
Please note that buyers are responsible for all shipping fees and any other applicable fees including value-added tax, customs duties, etc. for the importation to their respective countries.

RÉFÉRENCES BANCAIRES
Compte: SAM MONACO LEGEND GROUP
Banque: BPMED MONACO ENTREPRISES
IBAN: MC58 1460 7007 6460 9218 9452 273
BIC: CCBPMCM1XXX
Compte N: 60 921 894 522

Include Rare Watches, Magnificent Jewels & Objets de Vertu.

Lots (141)

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Rolex Air King, ref. 5500, “Linz”, stainless steel

€ 3,000 – 5,000

sold € 4,550

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Rolex Chronograph “pre Daytona”, ref. 6238, stainless steel

€ 20,000 – 30,000

sold € 24,700

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Rolex Very desirable, stainless steel, Submariner “Red”, ref. 1680, Full set

€ 15,000 – 25,000

sold € 29,900

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 16523, Steel and gold, with box and guarantee

€ 10,000 – 15,000

sold € 14,300

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Rolex Viceroy, ref. 3116, two tone black 24-hours dial with luminous arabic numerals, stainless steel, Gay Fréres steel and pink-gold bracelet, signed SYL (Serpico y Laino)

€ 12,000 – 18,000

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Rolex GMT-Master, ref. 1675, yellow gold

€ 10,000 – 15,000

sold € 20,800

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Rolex Lady’s, coral, diamonds, yellow-gold watch/bracelet, manual winding, exceptionally designed by Georges Lenfant

€ 12,000 – 18,000

sold € 16,250

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Rolex Day-Date, ref. 1804, platinum and diamond bezel, diamond index

€ 30,000 – 40,000

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Heuer Monaco, Steve McQueen, ref. 1133, NOS, stainless steel, full set.

€ 10,000 – 15,000

sold € 27,300

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Heuer Autavia, ref. 2446, third transitional execution chronograph, stainless steel.

€ 16,000 – 22,000

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Rolex Chronograph, ref. 4500, stainless steel case

€ 18,000 – 25,000

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Rolex Day-Date, ref. 1802, “Qaboos Bin Said al Said”, in yellow-gold 18k case and bracelet, accompanied by leather Rolex box, bearing Khanjar Emblem, calendar, booklet and green sticker caseback.

€ 22,000 – 28,000

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Eberhard chronograph Extra Fort, Stainless steel

€ 5,000 – 8,000

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Heuer Carrera, ref. 3647N chronograph, black dial, stainless steel

€ 6,500 – 9,500

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Universal Watch Big Pilot in 900 Swiss Silver, oversized 43 mm case, enamel white dial and coaxial push in the crown

€ 2,500 – 4,500

sold € 3,380

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Rolex cosmograph Daytona, ref. 6263, Dial with “UAE Quraysh Hawk” for Mohammed Bin Rashid al Maktoum, Emir of Dubai in the ’70s, fresh in the auction market, accompanied with a Rolex service invoice of 2017

€ 210,000 – 250,000

sold € 266,500

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Breguet rectangular platinum case and white-pink-gold deployant buckle, sold to Sir Antonow in 1969, accompanied by the Breguet extract of archives and a Breguet box

€ 20,000 – 25,000

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Patek Philippe Platinum pocket watch with Patek duplicata certificate, 1928

€ 6,000 – 9,000

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 16523, Steel & gold, accompanied with Rolex guarantee, published in Patrizzi book, former property of Mondani collection

€ 16,000 – 20,000

sold € 19,500

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Rolex Submariner, ref. 16613, steel & gold, sapphire and diamond index dial, accompanied with Rolex guarantee, published in Patrizzi book, former property of Mondani collection

€ 9,000 – 12,000

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Longines Israelian Big Pilot chronograph “Chronostop”, ref. 5824. Accompanied with extract of archives

€ 20,000 – 30,000

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Rolex Datejust, ref. 1601, Red hardstone, probably “Red Jasper” dial, yellow-gold.

€ 9,000 – 15,000

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Vacheron Constantin lady extra small wristwatch/bracelet in pink gold

€ 2,500 – 5,000

sold € 5,850

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Rolex GMT-Master, ref. 1675, yellow-gold with a lovely “Cherry coke” color dial.

€ 25,000 – 35,000

sold € 33,150

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Rolex Very attractive, stainless steel, Submariner “red”, ref. 1680, with a warm brown Tropical dial. Full set

€ 30,000 – 50,000

sold € 57,200

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Rolex COMEX “Double Red” Sea-Dweller,  Ref. 1665, Fresh to the market, for the expedition JANUS IV, stainless steel with box, with JANUS IV book dedicated by Vito Lentini, original newspaper articles, COMEX medal, COMEX face mask, COMEX divin

€ 80,000 – 100,000

sold € 100,100

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Rolex GMT-Master, ref. 1675, yellow-gold with Rolex box & guarantee

€ 20,000 – 25,000

sold € 26,000

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RoleX Submariner “James Bond”, ref. 5508, stainless steel

€ 10,000 – 15,000

sold € 35,100

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Rolex Explorer, ref. 1016, “Tropical Caramel-brown” dial, stainless steel, same owner for over 40 years.

€ 6,000 – 9,000

sold € 19,500

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Outstanding not heated 175.22 carats old-mine Ceylon sapphire of an intense orangy-yellow color with an incredible clarity. Mounted on an antique diamond necklace pendant. attributed to a. Dragsted, circa 1900

€ 500,000 – 800,000

sold € 785,680

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Very rare and desirable 17.53 carats color change Ceylon sapphire not heated, diamond brooch

€ 90,000 – 150,000

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Cartier Very attractive approx. 20 carats not heated pink morganite, platinum diamond ring

€ 22,000 – 35,000

sold € 28,336

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David Webb Impressive approx. 250 carats aquamarine not heated, platinum, gold and diamond pendant

€ 20,000 – 30,000

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Cartier Very attractive wide and long articulated platinum bracelet set with twelve important diamonds of approx. 23.24 carats highlighted with baguette and round diamonds, circa 1940

€ 450,000 – 650,000

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An exceptional Old mine not heated 4.60 carats Burma ruby and diamond ring

€ 120,000 – 180,000

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Spectacular not heated Approx. 58 carats BurmA ruby and diamond necklaceSigned Harry Winston

€ 900,000 – 1,500,000

sold € 1,146,320

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Van Cleef & Arpels Outstanding old mine, Approx. 72.44 carats Colombian emerald diamond pendant brooch

€ 1,300,000 – 1,800,000

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Bulgari Very desirable not heated, approx. 40 carats Yellow Ceylon sapphire, lapis lazuli, diamond, white-gold and platinum necklace circa 1975. Published in Bulgari book

€ 50,000 – 80,000

sold € 70,840

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Van Cleef & Arpels Exceptional and very large “Magnolia” Mystery Set ruby and diamond brooch, several combinations, platinum, circa 1968. Previously collection of Ms. Helen Rochas.

€ 500,000 – 700,000

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Van Cleef & Arpels Very rare and elegant platinum and white gold “Double Boule” Mystery Set ruby and diamond ear clips, Circa 1970

€ 150,000 – 170,000

sold € 186,760

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Van Cleef & Arpels Important yellow-gold coral-turquoise diamond pendant brooch, circa 1950

€ 35,000 – 45,000

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Van Cleef & Arpels Gold and coral “alhambra” necklace, circa 1970

€ 20,000 – 30,000

sold € 30,912

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Van Cleef & Arpels Very elegant white-gold diamond “ludo” bracelet watch

€ 65,000 – 85,000

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Van Cleef & Arpels Emerald and diamond platinum ear clips circa 1960

€ 55,000 – 75,000

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Van Cleef & Arpels Elegant coral, diamond, emerald and yellow-gold ring

€ 7,000 – 9,000

sold € 9,016

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Boivin Diamond, white-gold and platinum brooch, circa 1935

€ 20,000 – 25,000

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Breguet Grand Complication  — 250th anniversary, minute repeating, perpetual calendar tourbillon, yellow-gold, accompanied with the original Breguet certificate

€ 250,000 – 350,000

sold € 331,199

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Rolex Day-Date, ref. 1803, with coral Color “Stella” dial and yellow-gold President bracelet

€ 10,000 – 15,000

sold € 16,900

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Rolex Day-Date, ref. 1803, red quarters, yellow-gold with punched Rolex guarantee.

€ 9,000 – 12,000

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Rolex GMT, Dual Time, ref. 1675, stainless steel & gold

€ 5,000 – 8,000

sold € 8,450

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Rolex cosmograph Daytona, ref. 116520, engraved caseback for “UAE”, stainless steel, accompanied with the original Rolex guarantee and box.

€ 25,000 – 35,000

sold € 28,600

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Rolex Daytona, ref. 16523, stainless steel & gold

€ 6,000 – 9,000

sold € 10,790

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Rolex Daytona, ref. 16523, stainless steel & gold

€ 6,000 – 9,000

sold € 14,300

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Patek Philippe Gondolo, ref. 3467, yellow gold.

€ 12,000 – 18,000

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Rolex Explorer, Réf. 1016, stainless steel

€ 12,000 – 18,000

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Rolex Doctor pocket watch, ref. 6372, yellow-gold

€ 10,000 – 15,000

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 6239, Called “Paul Newman”, in the same collection for over 40 years, probably unpolished, fresh to the auction market, accompanied by its Rolex guarantee, two Rolex services and box.

€ 150,000 – 200,000

sold € 221,000

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Audemars Piguet split-second chronograph, yellow-gold, pocket watch

€ 18,000 – 25,000

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Rolex Sea-Dweller, ref. 1665, “Double Red”, thin case mark 2, slightly turning Tropical, stainless steel

€ 35,000 – 45,000

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Rolex GMT-Master, ref. 1675, No crown guards, yellow-gold.

€ 35,000 – 45,000

sold € 45,500

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Rolex Datejust big bubbleback “Ovettone”, ref. 6105, retailed by “Serpico y Laino”, in yellow gold

€ 9,000 – 15,000

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Patek Philippe Manta Ray, Réf. 2554, yellow-gold, manual winding

€ 18,000 – 25,000

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Rolex Bubble Back, ref. 6285, Honeycomb dial, yellow gold, Rolex guarantee and bulletin.

€ 10,000 – 15,000

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Rolex Submariner, Réf. 5512, “Four liner”, glossy black dial, stainless steel.

€ 40,000 – 60,000

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Rolex Submariner, ref. 6536/1, underline, “James Bond”, stainless steel.

€ 30,000 – 40,000

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Longines Big Pilot “Weems”, stainless steel, extract of archives

€ 20,000 – 30,000

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Rolex Daytona Cosmograph, ref. 6239, stainless steel.

€ 25,000 – 30,000

sold € 39,000

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Rolex cosmograph Daytona, ref. 6263, Sigma dial, “Fuerza Aérea del Perú”, stainless steel

€ 60,000 – 90,000

sold € 80,600

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Heuer Carrera, ref. 1158, yellow gold

€ 14,000 – 18,000

sold € 20,800

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Rolex Milgauss, ref. 1019, stainless steel, Rolex guarantee

€ 20,000 – 30,000

sold € 28,600

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Patek Philippe lady white-gold sapphire and diamond watch bracelet, ref. 3366/1

€ 12,000 – 18,000

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Rolex Oysterquartz Day-Date, ref. 19028, Yellow-gold, accompanied with Rolex guarantee, former property of Mondani collection

€ 12,000 – 18,000

sold € 13,000

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Rolex GMT-Master, ref. 16750, stainless steel, Rolex guarantee

€ 9,000 – 12,000

sold € 15,600

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Vacheron Constantin “Cioccolatone”, Big Square, ref. 4737, in yellow gold

€ 20,000 – 30,000

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 6239, Black dial with “yellow rose” color registers, yellow-gold case & bracelet

€ 190,000 – 250,000

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Cartier A Very rare lady’s “Panther” emerald, onyx and diamond wristwatch

€ 300,000 – 500,000

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Cartier Very desirable onyx, peridot, black enamel and yellow-gold “Panther” ear pendants

€ 23,000 – 28,000

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Cartier An important and iconic white-gold diamond emerald and onyx bangle bracelet designed as “Panther”

€ 120,000 – 180,000

sold € 154,560

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Cartier Elegant white-gold onyx, emerald and diamond “Panther” pendant

€ 17,000 – 20,000

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Cartier Desirable white-gold diamond emerald and onyx ring designed as a “Panther”

€ 6,000 – 9,000

sold € 9,660

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Cartier Elegant jadeite, sapphire and diamond Platinum bracelet, Circa 1920

€ 35,000 – 45,000

sold € 45,080

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Cartier Very Rare and desirable art deco, jade, Black enamel, diamond and Platinum clip brooch

€ 25,000 – 35,000

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Cartier Impressive not heated 31.89 carats Ceylon sapphire cushion shape mounted on a platinum marquise-shaped diamonds pendant brooch.

€ 45,000 – 65,000

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Cartier Very attractive “lovebird” brooch, ornated with emeralds, rubies, diamonds in yellow gold and platinum, Circa 1960s

€ 35,000 – 50,000

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Cartier Very Elegant Art Deco diamond coral enamel and satin evening bag

€ 25,000 – 35,000

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Cartier Very Delicate platinum sapphire and diamond lady’s wristwatch, circa 1930

€ 10,000 – 15,000

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Bulgari Very attractive Coral, lapis, diamond and yellow-gold necklace, circa 1970

€ 22,000 – 28,000

sold € 28,336

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Cartier Exquisite coral, Black enamel, diamond, white gold and platinum, two “coccinelle” clip broochES, circa 1940

€ 22,000 – 28,000

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René Boivin Very elegant yellow-gold wood bracelet and ear clips, circa 1970.

€ 22,000 – 28,000

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René Boivin An important two-tone silver “Panthère” pendant, circa 1980.

€ 8,500 – 11,500

sold € 11,592

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Boucheron A multi-gem and yellow-gold cuff bracelet watch circa 1970

€ 7,500 – 9,500

sold € 10,304

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Piaget Very elegant yellow-gold tiger eye sautoir watch, several combinations. Circa 1980

€ 17,000 – 25,000

sold € 20,608

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Audemars Piguet Limited edition minutes repeater, jump hour, pink gold, with box and certificate.

€ 35,000 – 45,000

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Rolex Daytona cosmograph, ref. 16528, with floating logo and “porcelain” dial, yellow gold, with original punched guarantee.

€ 90,000 – 120,000

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Rolex Submariner, ref. 5512, Black glossy dial, gilt printing, chapter ring and exclamation point dial, pointed crown guards, stainless steel

€ 40,000 – 60,000

sold € 52,000

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Vacheron Constantin Ref. 27523/151j, yellow gold & diamond case and bracelet, accompanied with the box and original guarantee.

€ 14,000 – 20,000

sold € 18,200

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Rolex GMT-Master II, ref. 16710, Stainless steel, accompanied with Rolex guarantee, published in Patrizzi book, former property of Mondani collection

€ 7,000 – 10,000

sold € 13,000

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Rolex GMT-Master, ref. 1675, No crown guards, yellow-gold

€ 27,000 – 35,000

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Patek Philippe Ref. 3409, yellow gold, manual winding

€ 16,000 – 20,000

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Cartier Santos lady, platinum

€ 12,000 – 18,000

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Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore, ref. 25940SK, chronograph stainless steel / caoutchouc, with box, original certificate and extract of archives

€ 6,000 – 9,000

sold € 11,050

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Patek Philippe “Tasti tondi”, ref. 1463, in yellow-gold 18k, Gay Fréres yellow-gold 18k bracelet, accompanied with Patek extract of archives

€ 120,000 – 180,000

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Patek Philippe Ref. 3970, perpetual calendar chronograph, white gold, with Patek extract of archives

€ 55,000 – 70,000

sold € 72,800

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Rolex Yacht Master ref.16622, stainless steel and platinum

€ 3,500 – 4,500

sold € 5,200

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Rolex Datejust BIG Bubbleback “Ovettone”, ref. 6105, steel and gold

€ 2,000 – 3,000

sold € 2,600

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Rolex Submariner, ref. 5513, Black dial with gilt printing, stainless steel case

€ 15,000 – 20,000

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 16520, White dial, stainless steel case

€ 15,000 – 20,000

sold € 19,500

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Audemars Piguet yellow-gold “Tiffany & Co” Accompanied with the authenticity and exclusivity Audemars Piguet certificate

€ 3,000 – 5,000

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Cartier Tank, yellow-gold, manual winding

€ 6,000 – 9,000

sold € 10,400

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Wittnauer Ref. 7004, Chronograph with red bezel, stainless steel

€ 2,500 – 4,500

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Angelus chronograph with brown Tropical dial, stainless steel

€ 4,000 – 6,000

sold € 4,810

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Rolex Texano, ref. 5100, quartz, yellow-gold

€ 12,000 – 18,000

sold € 16,900

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Rolex Daytona, ref. 16523, Steel & gold, with leather strap and gold plated Rolex buckle

€ 3,500 – 5,500

sold € 8,710

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Rolex Submariner, ref. 16613, Stainless steel & gold, fancy dial

€ 3,500 – 5,500

sold € 5,460

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Rolex Explorer II, ref16550, “Rail Dial”, stainless steel

€ 7,000 – 10,000

sold € 13,000

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Vacheron Constantin Patrimony, two tones and stars markers dial, yellow gold

€ 10,000 – 15,000

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Rolex Lady Datejust, ref. 6913, original full diamond and ruby bracelet, diamond bezel and diamond dial, yellow gold

€ 25,000 – 35,000

sold € 32,500

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 16519, White-gold case and deployant buckle, Zenith caliber and very rare grossularia stone dial accompanied with the original Rolex guarantee, similar example published in Pucci Papaleo book new edition

€ 70,000 – 100,000

sold € 101,400

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 16528, Champagne dial, yellow gold

€ 24,000 – 34,000

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 6263, Silver dial with “Tropical Eggplant Brown” color registers, in stainless steel case & bracelet

€ 60,000 – 80,000

sold € 91,000

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Cartier Art Deco “triptyque” yellow-gold enamel purse watch

€ 5,000 – 8,000

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Cartier Art Deco “triptyque” yellow-gold enamel purse watch

€ 6,000 – 9,000

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Cartier Art Deco Yellow-gold and enamel “guillotine” purse watch

€ 7,000 – 9,000

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Cartier Art Deco “triptyque” gold purse watch

€ 4,000 – 6,000

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Cartier A yellow-gold purse watch circa 1960

€ 4,000 – 6,000

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Cartier Yellow-gold monocle and watch circa 1935

€ 8,000 – 12,000

sold € 11,050

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Cartier Art Deco “triptyque” Yellow-gold enamel purse watch

€ 20,000 – 30,000

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Cartier Yellow-gold alarm, 8 days power reserve table clock, circa 1940

€ 12,000 – 18,000

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Cartier A yellow-gold pill box circa 1960

€ 6,000 – 8,000

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Cartier A rare yellow-gold pencil watch circa 1940

€ 3,000 – 5,000

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Cartier A gold and enamel perpetual calendar letter opener.

€ 10,000 – 15,000

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Hermès A gold “Stirrup” brooch

€ 2,500 – 3,500

sold € 3,091

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Cartier An elegant Art Deco cigarette lighter, Jacques Cartier circa 1935

€ 900 – 1,500

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Cartier Very desirable calibré sapphire and enamel Set of cufflinks circa 1930

€ 15,000 – 20,000

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Cartier Extremely rare white jadeite, coral, black enamel, Onyx, diamond, yellow-gold letter opener, circa 1930

€ 40,000 – 60,000

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Cartier A very beautiful yellow gold and enamel purse watch circa 1935

€ 8,500 – 12,500

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Cartier Very rare and large 8 days power reserve glass table clock, circa 1930

€ 20,000 – 30,000

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Omega Speedmaster, ref. 145022-69 ST, chronograph with brown “Tropical” dial, stainless steel case

€ 7,000 – 9,000

sold € 10,400

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Rolex BubbleBack, ref. 6285/1, Honeycomb dial, pink gold

€ 5,000 – 8,000

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Vacheron Constantin Teardrop Lugs, stainless steel case, ref. 4178, fresh on the market, accompanied with Vacheron box

€ 25,000 – 35,000

sold € 36,400

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Rolex Cosmograph Daytona, ref. 6239, Called “Paul Newman”, natural Tropical brown registers dial, stainless steel, fresh to the market and for approximately the last 30 years in the same family.

€ 250,000 – 350,000

sold € 523,398